The Predatory Bird Monitoring Scheme (PBMS) is a citizen science project. We rely upon members of the public to send in bodies of dead birds of prey for analysis by our experts. However, you can also help by raising awareness of the scheme by telling friends and family about our work.
“There are many ways that people can help spread the word about the PBMS” says Lee Walker, coordinator for the PBMS, “The scheme has a Facebook and Twitter account and so by following, and sharing or retweeting our news items you can help raise awareness”.
In additional to these social media activities, the PBMS is happy to supply a range of handouts such as beautiful post cards, business cards and leaflets to give out to clubs and groups that you think might be interested in participating in the project. If you would like to receive some materials please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01524595830.
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Some of the business and post cards that are available from PBMS for distribution to clubs and groups.