Using Endoscope cameras we check a variety of locations for breeding birds. We have helped install over 100 Boxes in the southside of Glasgow. Get in contact and come to a taster session to see if you think it might be for you. More details on each of our sites below. These projects are very community orientated so you will be expected to talk to anyone that shows an interest to explain what is being done. We do a range of other nest recording, including natural nest sites and a Sparrow project near Greenbank Gardens. More opportunities will become available to those who are most keen and reliable.


Requirements

Skills: Basic knowledge of common bird species.
Time: Roughly a weekly check of your allocated boxes. Volunteers tend to get around 10 boxes.


Date: This project runs from March – August. It really depends on the species your monitoring. For Blue Tits and Great Tits it’s usually from April – June



Linn Park

Details: In the park there are over 60 boxes for species like Blue Tit, Great Tit, Robin, Stock Dove, Blackbird, and Spotted Flycatcher with plenty more not listed here! Some other species we expect to get are Treecreeper, Nuthatch, Dipper, Grey Wagtail, Tawny Owl, and Goosander.
Organised By: Friends of Linn Park, British Trust for Ornithology


Battlefield

Details: We have 22 boxes up around the area. This project will run for the first time in 2022. We expect to get species like House Sparrow, Robin, Blue Tit, and Great Tit using the boxes.
Organised By: Battlefield Community Project, British Trust for Ornithology


Newlands

Details: We have 20 boxes up around the area. We expect to get species like Blue Tit, Great Tit, and Robin using the boxes.
Organised By: Ros Docherty, British Trust for Ornithology


How to take part?

Click below to take part and ask any questions you have. From here we can arrange a taster session if we think your the right candidate. You will be directed to a contact form once you click the button below.