Chair of Mammal Society, Dr Stephanie Wray reflects on why the Nature 2030 campaign is important for … [Read more...] about What do we want? A healthy environment. When do we want it? No later than 2030!
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The interactions between hedgehogs, badgers and foxes are essential processes in sustainable … [Read more...] about Hedgehogs: predators and the truths behind their decline
This post describes my new book, The Atlas of Early Modern Wildlife, and lists some of the exciting … [Read more...] about The Atlas of Early Modern Wildlife by Lee Raye
Written by Elen Sentier, 2023 #30DaysWild The 30 days is nearly up now, so what did you do? Did … [Read more...] about Mammals in Summer
We are excited to welcome to Springwatch's Gillian Burke as our newest patron. Gillian joins Zeb … [Read more...] about Welcoming Gillian Burke: Mammal Society’s Newest Patron
Dr Helen Senn is the Head of Conservation & Science at RZSS and Project Lead for the Saving … [Read more...] about Releasing Wildcats in Scotland: An Interview with Dr Helen Senn
This year's Invasive Species Week has now wrapped up, but we shouldn't stop there! We need to … [Read more...] about Invasive Species Week 2023
Foraging fox, suckling seal, dozing dormouse, swimming squirrel, and peeking pine marten among the … [Read more...] about Mammal Photographer of the Year 2023 – final results!
Student Spotlight - Sarah Raymond PhD research carried out at Cardiff University Email: … [Read more...] about How Covid helped our understanding of wildlife roadkill
April Fools! A Derbyshire-based citizen scientist has managed to solve the mystery of the repeated … [Read more...] about Can Shrew Believe It?! Derbyshire ‘big cat’ sightings explained by discovery of giant invasive shrew species.