Submit a bat record
Here's the place to tell us about the bats you've seen! All records are verified and sent on to EcoRecord, the local biological records centre for Birmingham and the Black Country. Every record you send not only increases our knowledge of bat distribution in the county, but helps to inform planning consents. It is one of the most effective ways that you can contribute to local bat conservation - and all from your phone! So thanks in advance for your records. Keep 'em coming! - Morgan Hughes, Records Officer
What is your name? (We never distribute your personal information, but you will be listed as the 'Recorder' when we submit your record.)
Tell us about yourself
I'm a member of the public
I'm a professional ecologist or conservationist
I'm a bat carer or vet
Prefer not to say
When did you see, hear or collect the bat?
At what time? (You can be approximate)
Tell us the postcode (or the OS grid reference if you have it - this needs to be a minimum of 2 letters and 6 figures).
What is the recording method?
I used a 'normal' bat detector
I used a bat detector with auto-id
I found the bat grounded or dead
I saw the bat flying
The bat came into care
It was in a bat box
Someone else told me about it
What species was the bat?
No idea - just a bat
A type of pipistrelle but I can't be sure
A type of big bat (noctule, Leisler's or serotine) but I can't be sure
A type of Myotis bat but I can't be sure
brown long-eared bat
lesser horseshoe bat
whiskered or Brandt's bat (unable to separate)
If you're happy for us to contact you about this record, please give us your email address (we won't add you to our mailing list or contact you for any other reason).
Is there anything else you want to tell us about your bat record?
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