Events with The Mammal Society are always a great opportunity to network and share knowledge with like minded people working for mammals, catch up with and make new friends, and hear the latest mammal research and conservation news.
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Water Vole Ecology, Conservation and Handling - Wildwood, Kent
October 6, 2018 –
Suitable for all levels of experience, this informative one day event focuses on one of our most iconic river dwelling mammals, the water vole. The course includes information on identifying field signs, habitat requirements, their ecology, legal protection and their predators / threats. The course will also include an opportunity to see captive Water Voles in situ at The Wildwood Trust and handle / sex the Water Vole under supervision.
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Dormice & Development
October 12, 2018 –
Designed for consultants or those needing to learn about dormouse legislation and how to detect and protect dormice on potential development sites. This classroom based course includes the essentials of dormouse ecology as well as how to survey for protected species. Using case studies of potential scenarios, it covers what must be done if dormice are found on a site; from licence requirements and suitable mitigation, to ongoing monitoring.
A CPD certificate will be sent after the course.
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