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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|January 8, 2018
Life in miniature - secrets of the harvest mouse by Laurie Jackson
January 8, 2018 N/A
A talk for Wadhurst Gardening Association
|January 9, 2018
CSI Live! Harbour Porpoise Post Mortem
January 9, 2018 –
This January North Wales Mammal Group bring you an unique opportunity to watch the post mortem of a Harbour Porpoise (Phocoena phocoena) collected from the coast of North Wales. Watch in real time as experts from the Zoological Society London Cetacean Strandings Investigation Programme (CSIP) demonstrate how vital information is gathered and analysed, how the cause of death is determined, and what this unique research can tell us about the impact of humans on cetaceans in UK waters. The demonstration will follow an introductory presentation. During the post mortem there will opportunity to ask questions and join into discussion about the programme, marine mammals and the threats they face.
The Cetacean Strandings Investigation Programme (CSIP) was launched in 1990 to coordinate the investigation of all cetaceans (whales, dolphins and porpoises), marine turtles and basking sharks that strand around the UK coastline. On average around 600 cetaceans strand around the UK every year and the CSIP team carry out post-mortems on a proportion of these to investigate the causes of death, so we can learn more about these species in UK waters.
Please be aware that the evening features a post-mortem being conducted in real time in front of you. Because of the nature of the procedure please be prepared to see blood, internal organs and dissection. If you are under 16 and wish to attend we ask that you bring an adult with you.
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Cornwall Mammal Group Meeting
January 17, 2018 N/A
All members are welcome at our quarterly meetings, come to get involved in upcoming events, put forward your views and tell us what you'd like to see us doing!
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Kent Mammal Group meeting
January 19, 2018 –
The Social Structure of the Hazel Dormouse by Deborah Glass.
Deborah Glass will talk about the results of her PhD research, part of which investigated whether bacterially mediated scent production could be a possible mechanism for kin discrimination and inbreeding avoidance in the dormouse.
Refreshments available. £3 suggested donation.
Venue: Tyland Barn, Maidstone.
|January 20, 2018
Beavers and the Welsh Beaver Project by Alicia Leow-Dyke
January 20, 2018 –
AGM and talk
Free to members. Non-members £5 [to include a year’s membership] (except the bones workshop at £4 members and £10 non-members)
Time: 11am -1pm
Venue: Field Studies Centre Preston Montford
|January 21, 2018
Doxey Marshes, Staffordshire - site tour/small mammal trapping
January 21, 2018 –
Event Name: Doxey Marshes, Staffordshire - site tour/small mammal trapping
Event Contact: www.staffordshiremammalgroup.org/contact/
Event Date: Sunday 21 January 2018
Start Time: 10am
End Time: 4.00pm
Location Address and Postcode: Cresswell Car Park, North end of reserve, ST16 1PU (Grid reference SJ903250)
Event Region: Staffordshire
Event Description: Tour of the new works at this wonderful Staffordshire Wildlife Trust wetland site in the heart of Stafford. Small mammal trapping and tracks and sight survey. Wear wellies and warm clothing. A good range of small mammal species were caught on the last trap run.
Event Web Address: http://www.staffordshiremammalgroup.org/new-events/
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