Reporting form - Hogwatch

Reporting form

You can tell us about your hedgehog sighting here. If you’ve seen hedgehogs at two different places and/or times, please fill in the form twice. And please come back again when you spot another one – Our Hogwatch is running until November 2015.

Later in the project, when people have been looking out for a while, we will add another form so you can tell us if you haven’t seen a hedgehog. This data will be most useful if you are frequently in the same place – at least twice a week, at a suitable time – dusk or in the dark. It will be just as important for us to know where there aren’t hedgehogs as well as where they are.

If you have any problems with this form, or any questions, please email us or phone Rachel on 01226 762670.

First Name (required)

Last Name (required)

Email (required)

Date of sighting (required)

. Please write as YYYY-mm-dd

Time

Roughly where was it? (required)

(e.g. Hoylandswaine, Bagger Wood, the road between Green Moor and Oxspring).
This location will be listed on the website for interested people to look at.

Can you give a postcode, a grid reference, road name or more detailed description? This information will not be made public
You can also place a marker on our map if it is hard to describe the location.

What is the habitat of the area where you saw the hedgehog?

Can you tell us more about the habitat? (e.g. details such as pesticide use or how the area is managed. If you said 'other' above, please describe the habitat.


Was the hedgehog alive or dead?
AliveDead

If alive:

How often have you seen a hedgehog in this place?
One-offOnce or twice beforeMonthlyWeeklySeveral times per week

How old was it?
AdultYoungsterNot sure of age

How many hedgehogs were there?


Do you have any comments or further information?

Do you want to receive the Hogwatch newsletter and occasional announcements?

I give permission for this data to be sent to Barnsley Biological Records Centre and other wildlife bodies for the purposes of hedgehog surveying and preservation