Rare sightings and seals by Fiona Mathews
Rare sightings and seals by Fiona Mathews

New blog looks at rare and scarce sightings and why we could be seeing more of Wally the Walrus

Insects: a barometer for environmental health – National Insect Week
Insects: a barometer for environmental health – National Insect Week

Max Anderson on why insects are a vital for maintaining and improving the status of Britain's wild animals

Mammal Society welcomes government commitment to ‘nature positive future’ in response to Dasgupta Report
Mammal Society welcomes government commitment to ‘nature positive future’ in response to Dasgupta Report

Government response published 14 June 2021

MOUNTAIN HARE
Volunteers wanted for NEW Scottish mountain hare survey!
First on the ground mountain hare survey launched
RED LIST
RED LIST FOR BRITAIN'S MAMMALS
One quarter of native mammals now at risk of extinction in Britain
HEDGEHOG HOTSPOTS
HEDGEHOG ROAD CASUALTY HOTSPOTS
Have a look at our interactive map
MAMMAL MAPPER
MAMMAL MAPPER APP
Surveying the UK's mammal population
University Mammal Challenge
The University Mammal Challenge (UMAC)
October 2020 - June 2021
TEST SLIDE
Are Britain's wild animals eating plastics?
Mammal Society undertakes research into the exposure of small mammals to waste plastics
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