Support our work to conserve UK mammals
The Mammal Society is driven by our growing national network of experts and enthusiasts working to monitor, research and conserve mammals. We work together to increase our understanding of mammal ecology and distribution and how populations may be changing, and learn where to focus conservation efforts most effectively.
We are small, but mighty, and staff work remotely in a virtual office environment to keep overhead and administration costs down to a minimum. That means every penny you give goes towards our vital work, and whatever donation you can afford makes a big difference to our capacity to work for the future of mammals in our lives and landscapes.
Donations allow us to…
- design, coordinate and support surveys and research projects to inform science-led mammal conservation;
- publish key findings to inform mammal conservation;
- convene diverse stakeholders across society to foster collaboration and share good practice in mammal conservation;
- run free public webinars and campaigns to raise awareness of the importance of mammal conservation;
- support and encourage schools to build understanding, skills and career aspirations in mammal science and conservation in young people, and to get involved in real-world monitoring and restoration work with the guidance of expert ecologists;
- analyse and verify records on mammal sightings submitted by volunteers, schools and professional surveyors;
- train people on how to monitor and ID mammals, take action to help local wildlife, and take part in surveying and monitoring;
- promote and encourage active participation in local mammal conservation projects;
- support the national network of local mammal groups.