As part of our role to advocate sustainable policy development that supports mammal conservation, we issue clear statements that describe our position on some of the issues mammals face or on announcements of new or changing regional or national policy that affects mammals and efforts to conserve them. Drawing upon members' expertise, we use science-led evidence to advise on issues including culling, re-introductions, disease, non-native species and human conflicts.
We also campaign directly to decision makers as part of the Wildlife & Countryside LINK partnership.
Pine martens and Capercaillie in Scotland (July 2013)
October 2013 PRESS RELEASE: Responding to the Scottish Gamekeepers' Association's call to remove and relocate pine martens: The Mammal Society rallies to the defence of pine martens
Statements Concerning Badgers, Bovine Tuberculosis and Culling
Statements Concerning Re-introductions
Beaver Re-introduction to Scotland (2009)
January 2014 PRESS RELEASE: Bring back the beaver and save millions on flood defence
Statements Concerning Mammal Control
Hedgehogs on the Uists (2007)
Whaling is Unnecessary (2007)