Marsh Tits: Ecology of a declining woodland bird (15 years of Marsh Tit and woodland studies)  -   Richard Broughton

Richard Broughton the Higher Scientific Officer within NERC's Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, Wallingford. He is an ecologist and GIS specialist with particular interests in landscape ecology and the behaviour and habitat selection of birds and mammals.

He undertakes ecological fieldwork to investigate habitat quality and fragmentation and their impact on bird and mammal populations, particularly in woodland and arable environments.  His talk will focus mainly on the Marsh Tit.

The BOS is conducting a survey of Yellowhammers in the first 2 weeks of July 2018 to determine their population abundance, distribution and breeding status. All members and the general public are invited to participate. Read more ...

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

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