BTO Conference 2020

The 2020 BTO Conference will be virtual. Join us for a week of talks and panels celebrating the work and efforts of BTO members, volunteers and staff, and highlighting intriguing ornithology.

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Missed a session, or haven't registered? View live streams and recordings of the conference sessions on BTO's Youtube channel.

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December 2020

BTO Conference: Session 5 - In the Garden & Wintering Blackcaps

Session 5 of the BTO Conference includes talks on 25 years of Garden Birdwatch by Kate Risely, Garden Wildlife Health by Becki Lawson and Blackcaps by Benjamin Van Doren. The talk will be held online using Zoom.

Kate Risely, Becki Lawson and Benjamin Van Doren

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BTO Conference: Session 6 - Digital Ears

Session 6 of the BTO Conference is a talk by Simon Gillings on using audio recorders to monitor nocturnal bird migration. The talk will be held online using Zoom.

Simon Gillings

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Oystercatcher. Robert Canis

BTO Conference: Looking to the Future

BTO Youth Advisory Panel members host a discussion between our new CEO, Juliette Vickery and outgoing CEO, Andy Clements. The discussion will be held online using Zoom.

BTO Youth Advisory Panel

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BTO Podcast episode 2 - Greg Palmer, Juliet Vickery and Andy Clements

BTO Conference: Witherby Memorial Lecture

This year’s Witherby Memorial lecture will be presented by Prof. Caren Cooper. Caren is Associate Professor, Forestry and Environmental Resources at North Carolina State University. The lecture will be held online using Zoom.

Prof. Caren Cooper

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Caren Cooper

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If you have enjoyed and value the work highlighted in this year's conference, then please consider making a donation to help support BTO, during these uncertain times.

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