Introduction Feeding wildlife can be a rewarding way to support struggling species in times of … [Read more...] about Feeding Mammals: Mammal Society Guidance
As part of our role to advocate sustainable policy development that supports mammal conservation, we issue clear statements that describe our position on some of the issues mammals face or on announcements of new or changing regional or national policy that affects mammals and efforts to conserve them. Drawing upon members' expertise, we use science-led evidence to advise on issues including culling, re-introductions, disease, non-native species and human conflicts.
We also campaign directly to decision makers as part of the Wildlife & Countryside LINK partnership.
The latest outbreak of bird flu (HPAI) has seen cases in wild and domestic birds across most of … [Read more...] about Mammal Society Position Statement on Bird Flu in Mammals
Summary All reintroductions and translocations should follow IUCN guidelines, include … [Read more...] about Mammal Society Position Statement on the Translocation of red squirrels in the United Kingdom
Background The beaver, Castor fiber, is native to Britain and is currently classed as Endangered … [Read more...] about Mammal Society Position Statement on The Reintroduction of Beavers to Britain
Summary Mammal translocations are commonly used to aid conservation. All such translocations … [Read more...] about Mammal Society Position Statement on Conservation translocation of mammals in the United Kingdom
Executive Summary There are just 48 native land mammals in Britain together with 30 marine species … [Read more...] about Mammal Society Position Statement on the Protection of British Mammals
Introduction The Mammal Society is a membership-based charity which aims to bring people together … [Read more...] about Mammal Society Position Statement on Invasive Mammals
Summary The badger is not currently of conservation concern in Britain. The Mammal Society’s … [Read more...] about Position Statement: Badgers and Bovine Tuberculosis