This is an occasional update on the main Twitter accounts of some of our favourite wildlife organisations (and BASC and GWCT).
The table below shows the number of followers in thousands (NT 886,000 followers).
A caveat: you can’t judge a man, or an organisation, by the size of their Twitter following, but in a world of social media growth, and in a field where communication is quite important, these things are of passing interest.
One more caveat: lots of followers doesn’t mean that anyone likes or even reads your tweets. I follow several of these accounts without paying them much attention most of the time.
Another caveat: other social media outlets are available, eg Facebook, tumblr etc
Yet another caveat: many of these organisations have multiple Twitter accounts (so do I; @fightingforbirds and @Inglorious_Book).
Last caveat: probably no single person on Earth knows what these organisations are aiming to do with all their Twitter accounts, so it’s very difficult to know which is succeeding most.
@national trust 880