The Breeding Bird Survey Report
The Breeding Bird Survey started in 1994, and a report is produced every year containing population changes and other results from the scheme.
BBS reports are sent free to all BBS volunteers and to a range of conservation practitioners and policymakers. Further printed copies of these reports can be obtained by emailing the BBS organiser: bbs [at] bto.org
Seabird ID (2 sessions, Tuesdays 10am)
This course involves two weekly online sessions of 100 minutes, with a trainer:participant ratio of about 1:30. Participants' microphones are muted during the sessions but there is a large interactive component, using...
Too wet to nest?
A common issue that many analysts of biological data encounter is that of detectability. For a human population we can (in principle) count every individual. For wildlife though, things are trickier, and only rarely is...
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