Our 65th Spring Conference is a forum for mammal experts and enthusiasts to meet in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, hear the results of new research, look to future work and discuss contemporary issues in conservation.
The 2019 Spring Conference takes place on Friday 29 March 2019 – Sunday 31 March 2019 at the Sir Charles Wilson Building, University of Glasgow, 1 University Avenue, Glasgow G12 8QQ.
There will be the usual exciting range of talks beginning, on the evening of Friday 29 March, with the Cranbrook Lecture, which is open to the public. This year’s Lecture will be given by nature and conservation photographer, Peter Cairns.
Prize-giving for the 6th annual photographic competition will take place immediately before the Cranbrook Lecture. The winning entries will be on display throughout the evening and available to purchase.
The Mammal Society Award will be presented during the conference dinner on the Saturday evening. This will be held at the Hilton Glasgow Grosvenor hotel. Tickets to the dinner are available to book via the link below.
The Annual General Meeting of The Mammal Society will also be held during the conference and all members are warmly invited to attend.
To view the 2019 Spring Conference programme click here here.
To view the 2019 Spring Conference abstracts booklet click here.
Booking for the 2019 Spring Conference has now closed. To enquire about last minute availability please email email@example.com.
For those travelling by car, please note there is no parking at the University on Friday before 5.00 pm (permit holders only until this time). Metered parking is available nearby at Kelvin Way. After 5.00 pm, and throughout the weekend, parking is available at the main campus, just a couple of minutes from the Sir Charles Wilson Building. There is no charge for parking at the site. For those travelling by public transport, the nearest underground station to the Sir Charles Wilson Building is Kelvinbridge Underground.