Novel research finds alarming declines of some mammal species in the UK. Five of seven species of small mammals assessed found to have declined in occupancy (areas where present) by an average of 1.2-2.8% each year between 1970 and 2016. Some species previously thought not to be at risk, … [Read more...] about New Research Shows Alarming Decline in Small Mammals in the UK
This week our trio of intrepid mammal mappers, Mammal Society council members, Derek Crawley, Pam Worrall and Merryl Gelling (with trusty sidekicks Seahorse and Turtle!) completed their 2.6 fundraising challenges to record as many mammal signs and sightings as they could within the space of 26 … [Read more...] about THANK YOU 2.6 Challenge mammal recorders!
New app used to track down wildcats 2nd September 2016 An innovative new website app to help people record sightings of the elusive Scottish wildcat was launched today by Roseanna Cunningham, Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform. Scottish Wildcat Action (SWA) – the … [Read more...] about Mammal Tracker app used to track down wildcats