The Ayrshire’s Breeding Birds Survey 1991-97 is the result of many hours field-work by many observers and probably even longer analysis by Angus Hogg. Separate maps have been produced for over 130 breeding species giving their distribution and abundance, with a commentary by Angus on the latest status. Not only is this an important historical resource, it also provides a comparison with the results to appear in the new BTO Atlas. Details on how to interpret the maps and some background information is given in the Ayrshire’s Breeding Birds Survey 1991-97 page. The maps themselves are accessible from the Ayrshire Species List (select it from the menu) and then click on the icon beside the species name.