Pembrokeshire Mammal Survey 2018

This is a simple form to allow you to record the mammals seen in or near your home and garden.  The mammals can be  alive or dead (e.g. road casualties, cat victims, etc) or just tracks if you are sure of their identity.

If you have recorded mammal on a trail cam, please include them, and say that they were caught on camera.

The answers you give will feed into both local and national mammal atlases.  The location of your records will be linked to your postcode if you do not know your home grid reference.

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* 1. Please give your name

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* 2. Please give your postcode (or preferably your grid reference if you can)

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* 3. At what email address would you like to be contacted?

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* 4. Have you seen any of these hunters nearby?  Animals that have been killed on the road also count.

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* 5. Few people like rats or mice in their house, but if you have visiting rodents, please tell us.  If you know the species, that's great, otherwise just tick rat, mouse or vole.

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* 6. Hedgehogs are the most common of the insect-eating mammals in the garden, but have you seen any shrews too?  Moles are not often seen, but leave signs of their presence as molehills.  These count too.

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* 7. Hares are rare in Pembrokeshire, and rabbit populations fluctuate due to diseases like myxomatosis and rabbit viral hemorrhagic disease.  Comments about rabbit abundance in your area would be useful.

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* 8. Wild deer are rare in Pembrokeshire, but just in case you have seen one, here are the choices:

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* 9. Do you have bats in your house/buildings?  If you know the species, please tick the box

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* 10. Do you see any of the following amphibians and reptiles?

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