Monitoring

Fifty years of citizen science shows a positive response to climate change by a third of English breeding birds.

Long-Tailed Tit (Jill Pakenham/BTO)

New research, just published in the journal Bird Study, has shown that one third of 68 breeding species in England have been affected by climate change, leading to notable increases in some and declines in a few.

National Bat Monitoring Programme: Volunteering opportunities at the forefront of Bat conservation in the UK

Daubenton's Bat (J Kaczanow/Bat Conservation Trust)

British Bats need help. Populations of these fascinating creatures of myth and legend have crashed in this country and around the world over the last century. In this country we are fortunate that all British bats are protected by law. However, this alone is not enough.

PondNet: Protecting ponds with the Freshwater Habitats Trust

Freshwater Habitats Trust

This year the Freshwater Habitats Trust (previously Pond Conservation) are rolling out their new national pond monitoring programme to North Merseyside. Merseyside BioBank has been asked to help deliver the project on the ground by putting out a call to local naturalists and volunteers, that means you!

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