Record your House Sparrow Sighting

House Sparrow

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You don't have to give your email address, but if you do we might use it to contact you to verify your sighting or keep you informed about our recording project.

  1. Enter nearest settlement or postcode and then click the map. This will display a pin in map above.
  2. You can then drag the pin to the exact location of your sighting. It might help to choose the map's "satellite" view (top left) to see landscape features.
  3. Alternatively, if you click "show coordinates" you can enter latitude/longitude (i.e. 52.175021, -3.749333).
N.B. If you have a grid reference, you can convert a grid reference to latitude/longitude here (copy/paste your result in the box above).
By submitting information on this form you agree that it may be collated and disseminated manually or electronically, including over the Internet, for environmental decision-making, education, research and other public benefit uses.
Your name will form part of the record that is collated and disseminated.
Location information is stored as latitude and longitude coordinates - no identifying address information is stored.
Contact details, if provided, will be held on a computerised database managed by the West Wales Biodiversity Information Centre and passed onto the appropriate Local Record Centre, but will not be passed to any other third parties without your consent.