Citizen Science Nightlife Survey

Nightlife Survey

© Neil Aldridge

Thank you for participating in our Nightlife Survey.

Were you spooked?

Night time survey - Garden Moths
Night time survey - Birds and Mammals

Tell us about your survey. We hope it went well!

Please tell us the town you conducted the survey in.
Where did you do the survey?
Larger than 30 meters squared
Around 30 meters squared
Weather during survey. Tick all that apply
Which of the following do you have/ or do in your garden? Tick all that apply.

Please enter your survey results here.

What garden moths did you see?
What nocturnal mammals did you see?
By submitting a photo, I authorise Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust to use the photography I submit, which might include images me or my children, free of charge, to publicise the Trust or its activities in any medium, including the internet, in any way the Trust thinks fit. I undertake not to prevent, object to or interfere with such use unless I give further notice.
One file only.
100 MB limit.
Allowed types: gif jpg png svg.

We just need a couple of details from you so we can share the results of the survey.

Thank you for caring about wildlife in Hampshire & Isle of Wight. We will send you the survey results but we’d also love to keep you updated by email on the conservation, campaigning, fundraising and research we are working on and send you useful information on how you can get the most out of nature and wildlife in your local area.
Would you like to hear from us?
Are you a member of Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust
If you are a member, this will not affect the communications you receive from HIWWT. If you would like to adjust these please get in touch.

The HIWWT team will use your details to contact you about how you can help protect wildlife if you provide your phone number. We promise that we’ll never sell or swap your details and you can opt-out at any time – please check our privacy notice.
Thank you for filling in the form! This will provide us with a great data set to measure our progress on the road to nature's recovey.