Keep track of our wildlife

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People can help track England’s wildlife while out and about this summer.

A new app produced by the People’s Trust for Endangered Species (PTES) has been set up to register any sightings of mammals on the roadside.

The PTES say that these findings are vital in helping to monitor the changing state of Britain’s wildlife populations.

For the app to be most effective, the organisation say to only track mammals you see on a journey longer than 20 miles.

For more visit ptes.org

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