In 1988 London Wildlife Trust carried out a survey of kestrels that showed them to be living across London, including right in the city centre.
The records submitted by you in this survey, along with the base line data already collected, will allow us to build up a picture of any changes in kestrel numbers in London over
the last 25 years; nationally kestrels are declining, and anecdotally this picture is reflected in London too.
To help us know more about kestrels in London today, please fill in the four short sections of this form to tell us about your kestrel observation.
For more information on identifying Kestrels
and where you might find them in London
visit London Wildlife Trust’s Kestrel Count page
Submitted records are entered into the GiGL database on behalf of London Wildlife Trust by GiGL, who manage this form. They are provided to London Wildlife Trust for their work and shared with GiGL partners and others who have signed data use agreements, for their own work. Your record details will not be passed on to anyone else. We ask for your contact details should we wish to follow up your sighting now or in the future.
Species data (accompanied by your name but no other personal details) will be uploaded to the National Biodiversity Network Gateway by GiGL.
Thank you for providing your species record.
Please provide as much detail as possible about where you observed the kestrel.
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