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Montane transects

by BTO Scotland
Time commitment of days to weeks Medium skill level required
Type: Organisation    Area: All
Do you spend time above 750m in Scotland's mountains? If you do, you could help us to monitor the specialist bird species which live in these habitats.  ...[read more]
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WeBS

by BTO Scotland
Time commitment of days to weeks Medium skill level required
Type: Organisation    Area: All
The Wetland Bird Survey (WeBS) monitors non-breeding waterbirds in the UK. WeBS aims to identify population sizes, determine trends in numbers and distribution and to identify important sites for waterbirds.  ...[read more]
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BirdTrack

by BTO Scotland
Time commitment of minutes to hours Medium skill level required
Type: Organisation    Area: All
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.  ...[read more]
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Breeding Bird Survey

by BTO Scotland
Time commitment of days to weeks High skill level required
Type: Organisation    Area: All
The BTO/JNCC/RSPB Breeding Bird Survey is the main scheme for monitoring the population changes of the UK’s commoner breeding birds.  ...[read more]
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What's Up?

by BTO Scotland
Time commitment of minutes to hours Medium skill level required
Type: Organisation    Area: All
More than half of Scotland is 'upland'. These habitats are important for both people and wildlife yet we know relatively little about how bird populations are changing. You can help!  ...[read more]
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Sunset/Sunrise Survey

by Bat Conservation Trust
Time commitment of minutes to hours No previous experience required
Type: Organisation    Area: All
By taking part in the Sunset/Sunrise Survey you can find out about your local bats and help us find new bat roosts. Anyone can take part in this survey by looking for bats and their roosts in your garden or local green space. This survey takes place annually throughout June, July and August  ...[read more]
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Field Survey

by Bat Conservation Trust
Time commitment of minutes to hours Medium skill level required
Type: Organisation    Area: All
Use your knowledge of bat detecting by taking part in the Field Survey. We will allocate you a 1km survey square in which you walk a roughly triangular route on two evenings in July. You will use a bat detector to record noctule, serotine, common pipistrelle and soprano pipistrelle bat activity.  ...[read more]
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Roost Count

by Bat Conservation Trust
Time commitment of minutes to hours No previous experience required
Type: Organisation    Area: All
If you have bats in your property then you can help us by taking part in the Roost Counts. You count the numbers of bats emerging from roosts at sunset on two evenings during the summer survey period.  ...[read more]
Do at home   Getting outdoors  

Waterway Survey

by Bat Conservation Trust
Time commitment of minutes to hours Medium skill level required
Type: Organisation    Area: All
Help us find out how Daubenton’s bat populations are faring. For this survey, you walk a route along a 1km stretch of water allocated to you on two evenings during August. You record bat activity using a bat detector to listen and a torch to observe simple visual clues.   ...[read more]
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Scottish Glow worm survey

by Buglife
Time commitment of minutes to hours No previous experience required
Type: Organisation    Area: All
Buglife are asking you to submit your Glow worm sightings to help us map their distribution. Glow worms appear to be widely distributed in the UK, with records from the south of England up to the very north in Scotland, however, there have been very few Scottish records in recent years.   ...[read more]
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Scottish Seashell Survey

by Buglife
Time commitment of minutes to hours No previous experience required
Type: Organisation    Area: All
The Scottish Seashell Survey is a new citizen science project that will encourage members of the public to record molluscs and other seashore creatures they find around the Scottish coast. This information will be used to help improve knowledge of the distribution of various species.  ...[read more]
Family   Getting outdoors   Local community   Schools and youth  

Scottish Speckled Wood Survey

by Butterfly Conservation
Time commitment of minutes to hours No previous experience required
Type: Organisation    Area: All
Have you seen a Speckled Wood butterfly in Scotland? The Speckled Wood has a fascinating distribution in Scotland. In the past it must have occurred over most of Scotland, but then declined leaving ‘refuges’ around the Moray Firth and the west coast.  ...[read more]
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Wider Countryside Butterfly Survey

by Butterfly Conservation
Time commitment of days to weeks Medium skill level required
Type: Organisation    Area: All
The Wider Countryside Butterfly Survey is the main scheme for monitoring the population changes of the UK’s common and widespread butterflies.   ...[read more]
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Bog Squad

by Butterfly Conservation
Time commitment of minutes to hours No previous experience required
Type: Organisation    Area: All
Are you interested in helping to secure the future of Scotland's lowland peatlands? The Bog Squad is a group of volunteers that undertake restoration work aimed at re-wetting peatlands, so that the natural flora & fauna can thrive and peat formation can take place again in the future.  ...[read more]
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Town-Based Environmental Action

by CLEAR Buckhaven
Time commitment of minutes to hours No previous experience required
Type: Organisation    Area: Fife
Every Tuesday morning 10-1 local volunteers assemble at CLEAR office @ 36 College to carry out a range of seasonal environmental activities - planting/tending trees, spring bulbs, wildflower planting, litterpicking and so on. We tend to focus on the town-based orchards (8) and other greenspaces  ...[read more]
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