61st Spring Conference & AGM

Saturday, March 28, 2015 - 09:30 to Sunday, March 29, 2015 - 16:30

Our Spring Conference is a chance to meet and network with fellow mammal experts and enthusiasts in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. Join us at Lancaster University in March 2015 to hear the results of latest research, and discuss key issues for mammal research and conservation. See our Call for Papers if you would like to give an oral or poster presentation at the conference. 

Follow this link for the official programme of the Spring Conference


To view the authors abstracts, please click here


Friday 27th March: 

  • 4th Student conference 
  • An exhibition of photographs from the 2015 Mammal Photographer of the Year competition  Free event open to the public. The exhibition will begin at 6.00pm in the George Fox building foyer. 

Cranbrook Lecture

  • Cranbrook Lecture delivered by Professor Richard Shore from the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology. Risky tails - controlling the super rat  Free event open to the public. This lecture will begin at 7.30pm and will last for approximately an hour in the George Fox Building, Lecture theatre one. 

Saturday 28th March:

  • Arrival & registraion will begin at 9:30am. 
  • Oral presentations from mammalogists and conservation researchers  
  • AGM
  • Prize giving for the photography exhibition
  • Conference Dinner; mingle, relax and enjoy our fun raffle. 

Sunday 29th March: 

  • Oral presentations from mammalogists and conservation researchers  
  • Conference awards & close

To book a place on The Mammal Society's Annual Spring Conference click here


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