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A new book The Mammals of Kent is now available to order at £10.00 per copy plus £3.00 p&p per copy.

The most up-to-date account on the distribution and recording of Kent''s mammals during the period 2002 to 2012. Information is... Read more...

 

Over sixty people braved the weather to attend Kent Mammal Group's January indoor meeting and hear all about our new Riparian Mammal Survey. Richard Andrews, who is heading up the training of volunteers from the membership, began by providing an introduction to the ecology of the three mammals... Read more...

 

Great concern has been expressed for the future of the hazel dormouse as its numbers across the country have declined by at least a half in the past 100 years. Dormice are a 'flagship species'. Where they occur the habitat is usually very suitable for a wide range of other species. They ... Read more...

 

Kent has one of the longest coastlines in the country, and Kent Mammal Group has never confined its interest to terrestrial mammals. 2010 provided a step change in this level of understanding with the completion of three days of aircraft based observation from the Thames and Medway estuaries to... Read more...

 


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