From geese to gulls…
Our projects aim to find out more about
some of our often overlooked species
Monitoring is the foundation of effective conservation. Collecting data on movements, survival and other factors provides conservationists with the information needed to be able to determine the conservation requirements of individual species and populations. Our network of volunteer bird ringers focus on waterbird species.
There are now over 1,500 colour-marked birds out there ready to have their rings read
Discovering the seasonal movements of wintering birds in North-west England
A joint project showing the movements of birds moulting at Windermere in Cumbria
Colour-marking in Britain & Ireland to unravel the secret movements of this nomadic species
Our newest study species kicks off on the internationally important Severn Estuary
Following the movements of birds caught at moulting sites across the UK
A new study hoping to find out more about this understudied species.
A colour-mark study to discover the movements and site fidelity of the species
A joint European study aiming to collect data on one of Europe’s most popular quarry duck species