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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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Catherine Leatherland 6h
Had an absolutely brilliant time today! Got myself stocked up on reading material, saw birds up close with Great talks- including the young people involved in the climate strikes, who got a well earned standing ovation! Brilliant and inspiring day :)
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BTO 3h
Thank you for your great work today Megan! 💚
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BTO 3h
We’re hugely pleased to see over 50 young birders at today - a huge thanks to and for their hard work on our Instagram page today, and to for bringing everyone together!
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Replying to @owlladycal
Hi, all the information you’re asking for can be found in the job description which you can find by clicking on the link.
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Nicky Fijalkowska 14h
Hurrah my magazine has come, and so pleased to see that it's in a paper envelope! Nice and easy to recycle 😊
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Sean Moore 12h
Finally got around to joining yesterday, so this should be an interesting talk from . Worth wading through the ever deeper mud bath outside
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mbriggs 9h
thank you again for the superb ringing demonstration at Birdfair. Always very informative and heartwarming to see these delightful creatures up close!
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BTO 10h
Are you at today? Don’t forget to come say hello! We’ll be in Marquee 3, and there’s a chance to meet our CEO at 3.15pm. We look forward to seeing you there!
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BTO 12h
Are you at ? Make sure you don’t miss our famous guided walks! We’ve got four free walks a day; just make sure to book your place at the stand in Marquee 3. See you there!
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BTO 12h
Want to take your birding to the next level, and contribute to science? might be for you! Join us, along with BBS National Organiser , at the stand in Marquee 3 at 2pm to chat all things Breeding Bird Survey!
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BTO 14h
What’s it like to volunteer for ? One of our true volunteering heroes, , will be sharing his experience at the BTO stand in Marquee 3 at 11.45am.
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BTO 15h
How do we monitor our rarest birds? explains more about the methods of monitoring rare breeding birds, and how you can get involved. Don’t miss it at 12.30pm at the Osprey Lecture Marquee at .
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BTO 16h
The team have arrived at ! Make sure to come say hello and join us for a chat about the survey at 9.45am, at the stand in Marquee 3. Come prepared with plenty of garden bird stories and questions!
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BTO 17h
Are you at ? Make sure you don’t miss our famous guided walks! We’ve got four free walks a day; just make sure to book your place at the stand in Marquee 3. See you there!
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Toby Carter Aug 16
It has been an excellent first day here , plenty of new people, good to meet some old friends plus done some filming... keep an eye out for that
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BTO Aug 16
Replying to @mwyre
Hi Matt, looks like a Yellow-legged Gull to us. Happy travels!
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BTO Aug 16
Do you have a good knowledge of wetland birds, and would you like to contribute to important citizen science? might be for you! Join us at the stand in Marquee 3 at 2pm on Sunday to hear all about the survey.
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BTO Aug 16
We have a vacancy for a Recoveries Officer in our Ringing and Nest Recording Team. Would you like to be part of the contribution that the Ringing & Nest Record Schemes make to bird research and conservation?
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Lorraine Miller🌍 Aug 16
Good to hear this conversation with & the new President and hear his enthusiasm for impartial science that the BTO provides
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Kabir Kaul Aug 16
Had a brilliant first day at ! It was wonderful to meet many old and new faces, and heard a great talk by , the new president of the , whom I had the privilege of meeting .
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