British Trust for OrnithologyAcronym: BTO
The BTO collects, analyses, interprets and delivers the scientific information that underpins conservation action, halting declines and restoring populations of birds and other wildlife. It does this through its highly effective partnership of volunteers and paid professionals. Being independent and non-campaigning means our work is highly respected and widely used.
- BTO First Atlas of Breeding Birds in Britain and Ireland: 1968-1972.
The dataset was used to produce the first BTO/IWC Breeding Atlas 1968-72 (Sharrock, J.T.R. (1976) The atlas of breeding birds in Britain and Ireland. T. & A.D. Poyser).
- BTO First Atlas of Wintering Birds in Britain and Ireland: 1981/82-1983/84.
The dataset was used to produce the first BTO/IWC Wintering Birds Atlas (Lack P. (1986) The atlas of wintering birds in Britain and Ireland. T. & A.D. Poyser).
- BTO Second Atlas of Breeding Birds in Britain and Ireland: 1988-1991.
The dataset was used to produce the second BTO/SOC/IWC Breeding Atlas 1988-91 (Gibbons, D.W., Reid, J.B. & Chapman, R.A. (1993) The new atlas of breeding birds in Britain and Ireland: 1988-1991. T. & A.D. Poyser).
- Biodiversity in Glasgow (BiG) Project
The Biodiversity in Glasgow (BiG) project was set up in 2007 by BTO Scotland, in partnership with Butterfly Conservation Scotland (BCS). The main aim was to record the birds, butterflies and habitats of Glasgow City green spaces using trained local volunteers. The information was used to identify the habitat features of importance to the bird and butterfly communities in Glasgow...
- Birds (BTO+Partners)
These records of birds have been submitted by contributors to surveys run by the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO) over many years, often in collaboration with other partner organisations...
- Breeding Waders of Wet Meadows surveys in England and Wales, 1982 and 2002
Wet lowland grassland as a habitat has been disappearing quite fast over the last few decades as more and more has been drained or rendered less suitable for breeding birds. In the 1970s, an estimated 8000ha of the habitat was drained each year...
- Nightjar national breeding surveys in Britain
The Nightjar <i>Caprimulgus europaeus</i> is a red-listed species that is protected under Annex 1 of the EC Birds Directive. Numbers and range have declined in Britain over the greater part of the 20th century, but have begun increasing again since the start of the 21st. The species breeds mainly in southern England, but there are scattered populations as far north as central Scotland.
- Non-avian taxa (BTO+partners)
These records of non-bird species have been submitted by contributors to surveys run by the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO) over many years, often in collaboration with other partner organisations...
- Non-native-bird records from county bird reports, 1995-2009
These are records of bird species non-native to Britain that were published in county bird reports for the years since 1995.
- Woodlark national breeding surveys in Britain
The Woodlark <i>Lullula arborea</i> is a rare breeding species and partial migrant in the UK, where it is mainly confined to southern England. It is a species of high to moderate conservation concern subject to a national Biodiversity Action Plan (BAP). The dataset contains records from the national surveys of breeding Woodlark in 1986, 1997 and 2006...
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