An Introduction to the Chough – Peter Newbold from BSG Ecology

Peter graduated from the university of Southampton with a Master’s degree in Environmental Science.  His dissertation, conducted in partnership with the RSPB, was on the feeding strategy of Chough and how understanding this can be used to inform future management for this species.

Peter has been a professional ecologist since 2008 and joined BSG Ecology’s Oxford office in 2013. He currently co-ordinates and undertakes a range of protected species and habitat surveys, he has a strong interest in birds, reptiles and mammals. 

We need your help to find Swifts and their traditional nest sites in Anglican churches.  50 years ago most of our local parish churches had nesting Swifts.  Chris Mason brings us up-to-date  . . . Read more ...

A survey where observers are each given a randomly selected 1km square and record species and numbers for a minimum period of 2 hours between 9am and noon. Read more ...


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