To participate, simply keep a record of the birds that you see. When you combined with records from thousands of other birdwatchers these records area extremely useful. Enter sightings via website of phone app.

BirdTrack Image of a Razorbill

Project topic: Habitats and species


BirdTrack is a free and convenient way of storing your bird records online. BirdTrack lets you keep up to date with what others are seeing, view the latest trends, and contribute your data to BTO science.

BirdTrack is an exciting project that looks at migration movements and distributions of birds throughout Britain and Ireland. BirdTrack provides facilities for observers to store and manage their own personal records as well as using these to support species conservation at local, regional, national and international scales.

Taking part in BirdTrack is easy and fun. You simply provide some information about yourself, the sites where you go birdwatching, when you go birdwatching and most importantly, the birds you identify! BirdTrack allows you to store all of your bird records in a safe, easily accessible and interactive format.

To learn more or take part visit the BirdTrack website.


This page was last updated on 29 Mar 2022

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