Donate to our Water Vole Appeal!

Donate Now!

You can help support our urgent research into the decline of these much loved mammals by donating a small sum. Just a £10 donation will cover a day's transport costs for one of our field staff radio-trakcing the voles, while a £30 donation buys a water vole trap for relocations. Photo by Phillip Braude



The Mammal Society's 63rd Spring Conference & AGM


Our 2017 annual conference is taking place at Robinson College, Cambridge

31st March - 2nd April 2017

Book today to receive our early bird ticket offer

Christmas is Over for another year!

Christmas is over for another year, but our gift membership is still available for birthdays!

All gift membership receive a free printed picture from our mammal photographer of the year 2015 competition 


Support the Mammal Society for Free!

Shop and Give!

As a supporter of The Mammal Society you can raise free donations simply by shopping online using Give as you Live. Shop at over 4,100 leading online stores including Amazon, eBay, Tesco, John Lewis, Sainsburys, Just Eat and thetrainline, to name but a few!


Support us!

Mike Matthews Artworks design T-shirts for the "A Call For Nature" range. Mike has kindly decided to donate the profits of three of his T-shirts designs (the red squirrel, red deer, and brown hare designs) to the Mammal Society. Visit Mike's website and order yours today to support our work in providing the evidence behind mammal conservation.

Online South East Mammal Atlas available now!

All mammal records have been collated through various methods to create the final product of the project: the online South East Mammal Atlas. We would like to thank everyone who has contributed data and sent in their mammal records and we hope you enjoy the atlas. Simply follow the links to download the relevant section


Mammal Communications

Mammal Communications is an online, open access, peer reviewed journal that encourages short papers (up to 2000 words) on mammal biology and ecology, particularly British and European mammals, and work which evaluates current research and investigates innovative survey and monitoring techniques, or increases our ecological understanding.