PBMS gains interest through social media

The PBMS uses a variety of platforms to communicate with the public, stakeholders, other schemes and interested parties. Our news items tell you about issues for wild birds of prey, the work involved in running the scheme on a day to day basis, what the staff are up to, contributor profiles, our volunteer helpers and their experiences, new publications and so on.

Our website receives on average 260 visitors each month; the webpages are viewed about 1300 times a month - quite staggering!

We have 741 followers on Facebook and our most popular news item reached more than 800 people.

Our Twitter feed (@PBMSatCEH) has 260 followers. Through this route we have tweeted more than 300 times and we follow 62 feeds.

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Number of twitter followers graph Social media story facebook likes

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