This year’s Spring Conference will be held from Friday 27 – Sunday 29 March at Robinson College, University of Cambridge, tickets are available to book until 14 March.
We are delighted to announce that Professor Andrew Balmford will be starting off the conference on the Friday night by presenting the Cranbrook Lecture.
Each year the Spring Conference brings together a range of mammal experts, amateur naturalists and interested individuals to hear of new research and projects and to discuss the latest issues in conservation. It is not to be missed!
New for this year, Mammalwatch will be taking place in the college grounds and will feature a number of activities to get involved with including small mammal trapping, camera trapping and a Mammal Mapper walk.
The conference is open to members and non-members and a range of ticket options are available. These options can be viewed, along with more on how to book tickets and accommodation, by clicking here.
We look forward to seeing you there!