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The Mammal Society's 66th Spring Conference

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Robinson College

University of Cambridge

Grange Road

Cambridge

CB3 9AN

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Our 66th annual gathering will bring together a wide range of mammal experts, amateur naturalists and interested individuals to meet in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, hear the results of new research, look to future work and discuss contemporary issues in conservation.

In addition to the usual range of great talks and posters from academics, mammal experts and naturalists, this year we will be bringing you “Mammalwatch” from the grounds of the college, which will include an opportunity to join a range of participatory activities (including small mammal trapping, camera trapping and a Mammal Mapper walk).

The conference will open on the evening of Friday 27 March, with the Cranbrook Lecture, which is open to the public. We are delighted to announce that this year's Lecture will be given by conservation scientist, Professor Andrew Balmford.

Prize-giving for the 7th 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 at Robinson College.

The Annual General Meeting of the Mammal Society will also be held during the conference and all members are warmly invited to attend.

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