Our Team - BTO Scotland
The staff in our Scottish office deliver engagement and training, and carry out scientific research to meet country-specific needs. They provide an important point of contact for our regional volunteer network and our many members, funders and partners. Their understanding of the nuances of Scotland is fed back to BTO's headquarters to ensure that UK-wide monitoring schemes, surveys and research projects are relevant to Scotland.
Our staff are available to discuss developing research projects, volunteer training and development, and to answer any general queries. If you are looking for support with participating surveys in your local area, please contact your Regional Representative (see below).
Find a Regional Representative
Select your region in the map below to see the details for your representative.
Get in contact
Tel: 01786 458021
Email: scot.info [at] bto.org
Unit 15, Beta Centre, Stirling University Innovation Park, StirlingFK9 4NF
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