Last night I was in London at the launch event for British Science Week. This year we have joined with the British Science Association to promote Bat Detective during science week. We have set up a challenge to see if we can get more than 100,000 new classifications of potential bat calls. I was having a discussion with project scientist Rory Gibb about how many classifications we think one person could do in a day. He reckoned he could do 1,000. I think that’s a very tough ask, but if any of you feel up to it, have a go and let me know if you make it!
You don’t have to do 1,000. Even one classification will take us closer to our target. Add to the tally right now at www.batdetective.org