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South East Dormouse conference 

When:
Sat 12 Mar 2011 09.00 h - 16.50 h
Category:
Indoor Meeting
Where?:
University of Greenwich, Medway Campus
This is an archived listing for a past event. To find out about future events see the Upcoming Events page.

Activity Description:

09:00 Registration & Coffee/Tea

 

09:30 Welcome by Chairman for the morning session

Dr Pat Morris

 

09:40 What have we learned about hazel dormice in conifer plantations?

Dr Roger Trout, Forest Research

 

10:15 Life in fragmented habitats: when does a gap become a barrier?

Dr Paul Chanin

 

10:50 Coffee/Tea

 

11:20 Captive breeding and re-introduction of the hazel dormouse in England

Hazel Ryan, Wildwood Trust

 

11:55 Micro-chipping and the secret life of the dormouse

Sue Tatman

 

12:30 Lunch

 

13:30 Welcome by Chairman for afternoon

Johnny Birks, The Mammal Society

 

13:35 The South East Dormousers, a monitoring tail from Kent and Surrey

Jon Bramley, Kent Mammal Group & Dave Williams, Surrey Mammal Group

 

14:05 Hedgerows for Dormice

Jim Jones, People's Trust for Endangered Species

 

14:40 Coffee/Tea

 

15:10 Helping a Dormouse to cross the road - Wildlife bridges.

Dr Pat Morris

 

15:45 Long term monitoring of dormice at one site; 19 years at Mallydams Wood

Adam Grogan & Richard Thompson, RSPCA

 

16:20 Questions / Discussion Session with the speakers chaired by:

Johnny Birks, Chairman of The Mammal Society

 

16:40 Summary of the Day

Dr Pat Morris

 

16:50 Finish

 

 

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