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Living with Mammals results

Living with Mammals began in 2003 and, to date, around 8,000 surveys from over 3,000 sites have been completed.

Last year’s findings

The survey has identified some species that are declining in urban areas: bats, mice, rabbits and hedgehogs are found at fewer sites now than when the survey began in 2003. Where they’re still found, counts of bats and mice have also gone down, but those of hedgehogs have recovered over the last decade.

Living with Mammals trends were used in the natural capital accounts for urban areas produced by the Office for National Statistics (scroll down to ‘Species composition and diversity of biodiversity in urban areas’).

Read about the survey’s findings in 2019

Other recent results

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