Water Vole Ecology & Conservation - Wildwood
Saturday, 15 October 2016 from 09:30 to 16:30 (BST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Suitable for all levels of experience, this informative one day event focuses on one of our most iconic river dwelling mammals, the water vole. The course includes information on identifying field signs, habitat requirements, their ecology, legal protection and their predators / threats. The course will also include an opportunity to see captive Water Voles in situ at The Wildwood Trust and handle / sex the Water Vole under supervision.
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The Mammal Society
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 ARE NOT VAT REGISTERED.