Current and ongoing surveys are made on the basis of single species or groups of species. The latter may be on birds using a particular habitat or geographical area.
In addition to surveying, there are a number of groups and individuals carrying out ringing projects. For information about ringing activities in Hampshire, please contact the Ringing Liaison Officer (see the Scientific Committee page for address details.)
For more information on current and ongoing surveys, please follow the links below.
- Wetland Bird Survey (WeBS)
- Breeding Bird Survey
- New Forest winter birds survey
- Garden Bird Watch
- Swift Conservation
- Stone Curlew monitoring
- Heronries monitoring
- Waterways Breeding Bird Survey (WBBS)
- Waterways Bird Survey
- Sand Martin monitoring
- South Downs breeding bird survey
Many ringers are active throughout the county, full details for current ringing projects can be found in the 2016 Hampshire Bird Report.
If you are looking to start training, available trainers can be found via the BTO website at https://www.bto.org/volunteer-surveys/ringing/taking-part/learn-ring