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Are wild mammals eating plastic? Are you concerned about the impact of supermarket plastic waste could have on our UK wild mammals? The Mammal Society, with support from Waitrose & Partners’ Golden Jubilee Trust scheme and the U niversity of Sussex, are launching a new project to investigate. As highlighted by the BBC’s
Spring Conference 2020 – Have you booked your place?
This year’s Spring Conference will be held from Friday 27 – Sunday 29 March at Robinson College, University of Cambridge, tickets are available now! We are delighted to announce that Professor Andrew Balmford will be starting off the conference on the Friday night by presenting the Cranbrook Lecture. Each year the Spring Conference brings together
Search for Britain’s most talented mammal photographer begins!
Mammal Photographer of the Year 2020
Spring Conference 2020 – call for submissions
First call for papers - deadline for submission 15 December 2019.
State of Nature Report 2019
State of Nature Report launch date 3 October 2019 - no let-up in net loss of UK’s nature
Get creative for conservation – National Mammal Week 2019
National Mammal Week runs from 18-27 October but you can get involved now!
Walk This Water Way
New Project: Using Mammal Mapper to record mammals along water ways
Mammal Society Appeal – Are we Driving Hedgehogs to Extinction?
Can you help to fund research into hedgehog deaths on roads?
Did someone say cheese?
Winner of 2019 Mammal Photographer of the Year announced!
National #MammalWeek is here! 20-28 October 2018
National #MammalWeek is organised by the Mammal Society as a celebration and awareness week of mammals and their conservation in Great Britain.