Publish your next paper open access in Mammal Review A new agreement between our publisher Wiley and Jisc means that, if you’re a UK-based researcher at a participating institution, you may now be able to publish open access in our periodical Mammal Review at no direct cost to you. This is great … [Read more...] about UK-based researcher? You may be eligible to publish open access at no cost!
Latest News from the Mammal Society
Latest news from the Mammal Society including latest press releases, position statements, blogs, new projects, publications and more.
Mammals are notoriously difficult to record and British ones are no exception. Yet knowing where species are, and how they are doing, is critical for wildlife conservation. A new book, which has just been published by British wildlife charity the Mammal Society, maps the distribution of both … [Read more...] about New Atlas shows changing distribution of Britain’s mammals
Bold move pays off for winning fox photographer The winners of the Mammal Society’s annual photographic competition have been announced today and the first prize has been claimed by amateur photographer Roger Cox from East London. Roger says of his stunning image “Foxhall Zafira” “This … [Read more...] about Mammal Photographer of the Year 2020 – we have a winner!
Are wild mammals eating plastic? Are you concerned about the impact of supermarket plastic waste could have on our UK wild mammals? The Mammal Society, with support from Waitrose & Partners’ Golden Jubilee Trust scheme and the University of Sussex, are … [Read more...] about #PlasticInMammals
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 … [Read more...] about Spring Conference – have you booked your place?
Mammal Society launches its annual Mammal Photographer of the Year competition with a brand new category for 2020. Many of us have never even seen a mole or a weasel, let alone been in a position to photograph one. However, this year the Mammal Society has set Britain’s talented amateur wildlife … [Read more...] about Search for Britain’s most talented mammal photographer begins!
The Mammal Society’s 66th Spring Conference is fast approaching and we would like to invite you to submit your talks and posters. We are keen to hear from as wide a range of speakers as possible; academic research projects, interesting results from consultancy work and surveys conducted by local … [Read more...] about Spring Conference 2020 – call for submissions
The Mammal Society is pleased to have worked with many other conservation organisations in the UK to produce the State of Nature Report 2019. Thousands of records collected by Mammal Society volunteers, and the work we have done to assess the conservation status of our mammals, underpins the … [Read more...] about State of Nature Report 2019