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The British Trust for Ornithology (BTO) is the UK's leading charity working with volunteers to improve our knowledge of birds through monitoring and research.
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Are you under 16 and mad about birds? Sign up now for Martin Garden Spurn Young Birder! The event aims to showcase your birding knowledge with other, like-minded teens, in a friendly environment. Find out more: and apply by July 7.
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BTO 4h
"It was great to spend time with the expert judges who really knew their stuff!" Get to know more about our Martin Garner Spurn Young Birder judges in the video, and sign up for the event at . Deadline for applications July 7.
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BTO 4h
"It was a great experience! It introduced me to the magic of Spurn," says previous MGSYB finalist Evie Miller. Would you like to take part? Find out more at ! Deadline for applications July 7.
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Replying to @SimonVardakis
Hi Simon, I was close but not quite there! It’s a juvenile male Blackbird, about halfway through its moult. The black tail gives it away! .Thanks again for stopping by!
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BTO Jun 14
"It was great to spend time with the expert judges who really knew their stuff!" Get to know more about our Martin Garner Spurn Young Birder judges in the video, and sign up for the event at . Deadline for applications July 7.
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BTO Jun 14
"It was a great experience! It introduced me to the magic of Spurn," says previous MGSYB finalist Evie Miller. Would you like to take part? Find out more at ! Deadline for applications July 7.
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BTO Jun 14
Are you under 16 and mad about birds? Sign up now for Martin Garden Spurn Young Birder! The event aims to showcase your birding knowledge with other, like-minded teens, in a friendly environment. Find out more: and apply by July 7.
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BTO Jun 13
There’s still plenty of time to participate in ; submissions close July 30th! We’re looking for people to take part in all the different missions, but especially the Worm Detective mission. Find out more at
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BTO Jun 13
We've absolutely loved . A huge thanks to the team and the for their work on , but most of all, thank you to every single one of you who has taken part so far! We look forward to talking about the results on ...
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BTO Jun 13
We’ve talked about dozens of birds and other taxa this , with too many brilliant moments to choose a favourite. What was your highlight of this year’s stories?
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BBC Springwatch Jun 13
Ospreys can rotate one of their toes back and forth, rotating between 3 toes forward, 1 toe back and 2 toes forward, 1 toe back. With particularly curved claws, they're perfectly adapted to get a grip on slippery fish!
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BTO Jun 13
A bird’s feet can tell you a lot about its lifestyle and diet. We’ve got a try-this-at-home experiment; can you figure out what your local birds are eating by just looking at their feet? Download the resources at
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BTO Jun 13
The results are blowing us away; nearly 200,000 submission to date! Help us hit that milestone tonight by taking part at .
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BTO Jun 13
Have you already taken part in the final mission? We want to know all about the mammals you’re seeing in your garden, including domestic ones! Enter your data at .
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BTO Jun 13
Are you looking to create a wildlife garden after all the inspiration from ? Come visit us, and many more, at Gardeners’ World Live at Birmingham NEC! We’ll be there all weekend so do come say hello.
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BTO Jun 13
There is an absolute wealth of information on wildlife gardening on our website, so if you’re looking to make a start, head over to . What are your best wildlife gardening tips?
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BBC Springwatch Jun 13
Just 2,500 more submissions needed for to hit 200,000!!! Join our HUGE new project at - come on, let's get this over that MASSIVE milestone by the end of the tonight's show on and !
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BTO Jun 13
As part of , over 19,000 households have told us they have a hedgehog house in their garden. You can help hedgehogs in many ways, even just by putting out some fresh water. Find out more at
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BTO Jun 13
It’s been amazing to follow the nests on , but can you tell which one’s which? Try our nest experiment and tell us how you’re getting on! Download it here:
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BTO Jun 13
We can't wait for the final episode of tonight! Head over to BBC Two in just FIFTEEN minutes for the last update on our Cairngorms wildlife!
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