Project Splatter sets out to create a UK map of wildlife roadkill.  Its aims are to

  1. Collates data on UK wildlife roadkill reported by the public using social media
  2. Estimate the impact of roads on UK wildlife
  3. Determine which species are most observed as roadkill
  4. Raise awareness of this conservation issue
  5. Ultimately reduce the impact of roads on our UK wildlife

Project splatter collates data member of the public send to us on the location of UK wildlife roadkill – birds, mammals, amphibians and reptiles. This research is run by members of the public – termed citizen scientists.  Members of the public see wildlife roadkill and report to use where, when and what, giving as accurate a location as possible.

Reporting details are here.