The Mammal Society's 67th Annual Conference

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Robinson College

University of Cambridge

Grange Road

Cambridge

CB3 9AN

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After a virtual 2021, the Mammal Society Annual Conference is back in person! We look forward to welcoming you in Cambridge in January 2022!

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Friday 7th - Sunday 9th January at Robinson College, Cambridge

Our 67th 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, there will be a number of workshops taking place and details of these will be released in due course.

The  conference will open on the evening of Friday 7th January and more details of Friday's events will be available shortly.

The Mammal Society Award will be presented during the conference dinner on the Saturday evening at Robinson College.

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Photo: Red Deer in Sunrise Mist (C) Nikki Humphrey

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Organiser Mammal Society

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We are the only organisation involved in the study and conservation of all British mammals - from dormice to dolphins, and bats to badgers. We support a growing network of amateur and professional mammalogists and conservationists working for mammals across the country and abroad, and provide a hub of information and expertise. We are the national voice for mammal conservation, working to identify the threats mammals face and halt declines before it’s too late; we provide scientific advice to advocate sound conservation policies based on thorough research and surveying; and we inform and educate people of all ages to raise awareness of mammal conservation issues.

THE MAMMAL SOCIETY IS VAT REGISTERED BUT WE ARE AN ELIGIBLE BODY SO OUR TRAINING & EVENTS ARE VAT EXEMPT.




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