A busy week for Seabird Watch

Thanks to all of your work on Seabird Watch this week, we’ve received over 160,000 classifications in just a few days! You might have caught the graphs above on tonight’s episode of BBC Autumnwatch. They show how the populations at one nesting site change during the year and we produced them from your classifications so far.

This data will help the researchers to understand why seabird colonies are in decline, and there’s still lots more to do. So head over to www.seabirdwatch.org and with your help we can finish the rest of the data in no time!

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