NBMP British Bat Survey in July/Aug
BCT are excited to announce the launch of a new citizen science survey, the British Bat Survey!
The British Bat Survey utilises the latest developments in bat detector design, automated call recognition and interactive volunteer feedback to provide an unparalleled level of detail about our resident bat species. This is already revolutionising our ability to monitor and conserve bats.
This year we will be trialling the survey in SW Britain and to make this survey a success we need your help. The method is simple, we would like you to use an AudioMoth detector to survey a single location for as many non-consecutive nights as possible between the 1st July and 11th August 2019. All you will need is a computer. BCT will provide you with an AudioMoth, will process your recordings, and at the end of the survey we will send you a list of all the bat passes and species that you have detected.
This is a great opportunity to borrow an AudioMoth for the summer, find out more about the bat species using a location near you, and help shape the development of a world leading citizen science survey.
As only 40 AudioMoths are available we would like to like to invite bat group members to take part before we open up participation to the wider public next week, so please act quickly to secure an AudioMoth.
Click here for more information and to sign up – https://www.bats.org.uk/our-work/national-bat-monitoring-programme/british-bat-survey/take-part
Any questions? Please contact us at email@example.com.
Sonia Reveley, Project Officer
Bat Conservation Trust, Quadrant House, 250 Kennington Lane, London, SE11 5RD
Direct line: 0207 8207165