Make mammals count
Recording the wild animals we see in our towns and cities, and in the countryside is key to protecting the natural world. Take part in citizen science and make this summer count by joining our surveys. Whether at home or out and about on the road, you can be at the heart of conservation.
By taking part in our surveys, you can help us spot how wildlife numbers are changing.
Tell us about your wild neighbours in Living with Mammals, in your garden, a park or local green space. Whether the occasional visit from a grey squirrel or a regular menagerie of mammals, every record is important.
Counting roadkill doesn’t sound a lot of fun, but Mammals on Roads can tell us about wild populations in the countryside. Looking out for unfortunate casualties on road trips helps us better understand and protect Britain’s mammals.