Living with Mammals survey
Many of Britain’s mammals are under threat, but by recording sightings of these species you can help protect their future.
Towns and cities are busy, noisy places, but it’s here that most of us live and encounter nature day-to-day. We know the importance of connecting to nature for our own health and wellbeing, and by monitoring wild mammals, it gives us an indication of the ‘green health’ of our communities. So whether you have hedgehogs under your hedges, squirrels in your school grounds or even a pine marten on your patio, join in with Living with Mammals this spring. Learn more and sign up below then start recording sightings each week until the end of June 2020.