Bailiwick Bat Survey 2023
The surveying season is finished!
We are now at the end of our surveying season for 2023. Next year will be the last year of the project so it will be your final chance to take part! If you’re not already signed up, please email us and register early for the 2024 season.
The 2024 surveying season will begin again on the 1st April and will run through until the end of October.
If you have any queries, please get in touch and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
The survey aims to improve our understanding of the distribution and activity of the different species of bat found in Guernsey, Herm, Alderney and Sark whilst providing an opportunity for anyone across the islands to take part in this project.
Why care about Bats?
Sadly, bat species around the world are vulnerable or endangered due to factors ranging from loss of habitat, diminished food supply, destruction of roosts, disease or killing of bats.
However … there are lots of things we can do to help!
To learn more, head to our ‘Bat Protection’ page.
Read the results of the 2022 bailiwick Bat survey
2022 Bailiwick Bat Survey Report
Overall, 3,389,138 recordings were collected which, following analyses and validation, were found to include 872,126 bat recordings, and 8,587 small terrestrial mammal recordings. Over 2 million recordings of bush-crickets and audible moth species were also recorded as ‘by-catch’, for which we report species presence on a site and night basis.
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