United Kingdom

Photo by Dawn Balmer

National coordinators, data providers and other key supporters

National coordinators: Dawn E. Balmer1, Simon Gillings1, David G. Noble1, Justin R. Walker1

Active national coordinators:Dawn E. Balmer, e-mail: dawn.balmer@bto.org, Simon Gillings, e-mail: simon.gillings@bto.org

Main data providers: Sarah Harris1, Scott Mayson1, Dave Leech1, Carl Barimore1, Ian D. Woodward1, Mark Holling2, William George3

1British Trust for Ornithology, 2Rare Breeding Birds Panel, 3Royal Society for the Protection of Birds

Other key supporters: P. Allard, K. Betton, N. Bielby, S. Blain, C. Brown, M. Cade, P. Castle, G. Catley, J. Clark, M. Cook, T. Davis, R. Dickey, M. Eaton, I. Francis, M. Hammond, B. Johnston, K. Jones, G. Kirk, S. McAvoy, N. Moran, M. Morrison, R. Morton, R. Murray, G. Oliver, A. Paintin, M. Pennington, C. Reynolds, I. Spence, S. White, D. Wood, K. Wright

Data sources and fieldwork years for EBBA2

The information is given in the table.

National data sources contributing to EBBA2

References

  • Harris, S.J., Massimino, D., Balmer, D.E., Eaton, M.A., Noble, D.G., Pearce-Higgins, J.W., Woodcock, P. & Gillings, S. 2020. The Breeding Bird Survey 2019. BTO Research Report 726. British Trust for Ornithology, Thetford.
  • Holling, M and the Rare Breeding Birds Panel. Rare Breeding Birds in 2017. British Birds 112: 706–758.
  • Walker, R.H., Robinson, R.A., Barimore, C.J., Blackburn, J.R., Barber, L.J., Clark, J.A., Clewley, G.D., Evans, H.E., Green, R.M., de Palacio, D.X., Grantham, M.J., Griffin, B.M., Schaefer, S. & Leech, D.I (2018) Bird ringing and nest recording in Britain and Ireland in 2017. Ringing & Migration33, 99–145.

www.bto.org/bbs
https://www.bto.org/our-science/projects/ringing/publications/online-ringing-reports

www.rbbp.org.uk

www.birdtrack.net

Acknowledgements

Fieldworkers

Thank you to all volunteers who routinely contribute to the BTO/JNCC/RSPB Breeding Bird Survey and BTO/JNCC Nest Records Scheme. BTO were able provide valuable data for UK and Ireland from BTO/RSPB/BirdWatch Ireland/WOS/SOC BirdTrack and the BTO/JNCC Ringing Scheme. Very many thanks to the BTO Regional Network of volunteer local organiser who ably coordinate and promote fieldwork at the local level. Thanks also to birdwatchers who submit records to the county bird recorder network across the UK, which feeds through to the Rare Breeding Birds Panel. Additionally, data were received from RSPB reserves network across the UK.

Other supporters

The Clark Bradbury Charitable Trust 

The Goldcrest Charitable Trust

The Chapman Charitable Trust

The Sandra Charitable Trust

The Alan and Karen Grieve Charitable Trust

The Banister CharitableTrust