Local mammal groups bring together people with a shared enthusiasm for the local environment and the mammals within it. They work to share knowledge and raise awareness, survey and monitor local mammals, provide local expertise and training in field skills, hold talks and events, and support the work of The Mammal Society.
Please click on the map below to find local groups in your area.
Find an affiliated group near you:
If you can not find a group near you and are interested in setting one up, please get in touch with us! Email us at email@example.com and our local groups representative on the Council, Derek Crawley will get back to you!
Dual Membership Schemes
You can join The Mammal Society and your membership will include membership to the group. Terms and conditions apply, please contact Rina Quinlan at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The following groups have set up a Dual Membership Scheme with The Mammal Society:
Berkshire Mammal Group – Oxfordshire Mammal Group – Shropshire Mammal Group – Dorset Mammal Group – Lancashire Mammal Group – Herefordshire Mammal Group
Local groups projects and events
|Berkshire Mammal Group||Hampshire Mammal Group||Kent Mammal Group||Surrey Mammal Group||Sussex Mammal Group|
|Cornwall Mammal Group||Devon Mammal Group||Dorset Mammal Group||Somerset Mammal Group|
|Hertfordshire Mammal Group||Oxfordshire Mammal Group|
|Derbyshire Mammal Group||Herefordshire Mammal Group||Shropshire Mammal Group||Staffordshire Mammal Group||Warwickshire Mammal Group|
|Cambridgeshire Mammal Group||Norfolk & Norwich Naturalist Society||Suffolk Mammal Group|
|Cheshire Mammal Group||Lancashire Badger Group||Lancashire Mammal Group||Merseyside and West Lancashire Mammal Group||Reaseheath Mammal Group|
|Northumbria Mammal Group||Yorkshire Mammal Group|
Group details are being updated and will be available soon.
|South Wales Mammal Group||MISE Project covering Ireland and west Wales||North Wales Mammal Group|
|Lothian and Borders Mammal Group||Strathclyde Badger and Mammal Group||Highland Biological Recording Group|
|Mourne Heritage Trust, Co. Down|
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