Conducting a ‘Big Farmland Bird Count’ / Cynnal arolwg ‘Cyfrif Mawr Adar Ffermdir’
This video was produced to show the practicalities of conducting a Big Farmland Bird Count. It was shown during a webinar run by FUW (Farmers Union of Wales) on 1 Feb 2021. The majority of the video is bilingual except the interview with the farmer involved; we are awaiting subtitles for this section which will be added ASAP.
Cynhyrchwyd y fideo hwn i ddangos ymarferoldeb cynnal 'Cyfrif Mawr Adar Ffermdir', fe'i dangoswyd yn ystod gweminar a gynhaliwyd gan Undeb Amaethwyr Cymru (FUW) ar 1 Chwefror 2021. Mae'r rhan fwyaf o'r fideo yn ddwyieithog ac eithrio'r cyfweliad â'r ffermwr dan sylw, rydym yn aros am isdeitlau ar gyfer yr adran hon a fydd yn cael eu hychwanegu cyn gynted a phosib.
VIDEO BFBC FUW webinar
The Big Farmland Bird Count Webinar was kindly hosted by the Farmers Union of Wales on 1 February 2021. It features an introduction from Glyn Roberts, FUW President and presentations from Matt Goodall, GWCT Wales Advisor, and farmer John Yeomans, who is an FUW member. Also included is the BFBC demonstration video by Lee Oliver, GWCT Wales Advisor.
VIDEO Big Farmland Bird Count
This Big Farmland Bird Count evening was held on 2 February 2021 and kindly hosted by BIS, Biodiversity Information Service. It features a BFBC presentation from Matt Goodall, Advisor Wales, and was preceded by a farmland bird identification presentation from ornithologist Simon Boyes, which can be found
VIDEO Shooting Matters
This video was made at an event where Dr Tracey Latham-Green answered questions on her PhD paper,
Understanding the Social Impact of Participation in Driven Game Shooting in the UK. Sue Evans, Director of GWCT Wales, outlined the content and purpose of the Welsh Community Spirit Report at the Q&A session which followed.
Sir Jim Paice, Chairman of the GWCT and former UK Minister of Agriculture and Food, chairs the meeting alongside the Northamptonshire and Buckinghamshire GWCT Committee’s Antony Sykes, who hosted this virtual event in January 2021 based around his interview with Tracey about her PhD work on social impacts of driven game shooting. The two pieces of work cross over, showing how the game-shooting community can play its part in social cohesion and mental health support with wider society, especially with the focus on provision in rural areas.
An interview with GWCT Wales Advisor Matt Goodall discussing the Big Farmland Bird Count on the
BBC Radio Wales Country Focus programme on 31 January 2021. VIDEO