Your Privacy

The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country, who are co-ordinate International Dawn Chorus Day, are totally committed to protecting the privacy of our site visitors and customers. The IDCD team are customers themselves of other Internet sites and fully appreciate and respect the importance of privacy on the Internet. We will not disclose information about our customers to third parties unless it is a necessary part of providing a service to you – e.g. arranging for a product to be sent to you. We will always make this clear if this is likely though.

Your Consent

We will not share, rent or sell your name, address, e-mail address or personal information to any third party without your permission. If you have subscribed to one of our newsletters, entered any competitions, or advised us of your e-mail address, post & telephone we may occasionally update you on news and special opportunities via e-mail, post & telephone.

Site Statistics

We may disclose aggregate statistics about the number of visitors to our site. Our webstats package Smarterstats gathers data regarding the visitors to our site on our behalf using cookies and code which is embedded in the site. Both the cookies and the embedded code provide statistical information about visits to pages on the site, the duration of individual page view, paths taken by visitors through the site, data on visitors’ screen settings and other general information. The Wildlife Trust for Birmingham and the Black Country uses this type of information, as with that obtained from other cookies used on the site, to help it improve the services to its users.

Checking your details

If you wish to verify the details you have submitted to International Dawn Chorus Day you may do so by contacting us via the e-mail address, telephone number or address given below. Our security procedures mean that we may request proof of identity before we reveal information. This proof of identity may take the form of your e-mail address and other key information submitted upon registration. We would recommend that you do not use the browser’s password memory function as that would permit other people using your terminal to access your personal information – write it down and keep it somewhere safe.

What are Cookies?

A cookie is a small information file that is sent to your computer and is stored on your hard drive. If you have registered with us then your computer will store an identifying cookie which will save you time each time you re-visit International Dawn Chorus Day, by remembering your email address for you. You can change the settings on your browser to prevent cookies being stored on your computer without your explicit consent.