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Riparian Mammal survey gets off to a toastey start

Sunday, 06 March 2011 22:53

The Kent Mammal Group survey of 35 (plus) wetland sites in East Kent during 2011 has got off to a great start this winter. In January Steve Kirk and Jon Bramley led a training day at Wildwood in Riparian Mammal Ecology and Survey, which found both harvest mice and water vole on the Stodmarsh National Nature Reserve.

This has been followed up by small mammal trapping of 10 sites, within which a number of new records have been gained. In the Spring and Autumn of 2011 there will be a series of walk-over surveys carried out (please check the web site for fuller details) with the aim to survey at least 35 sites in the east of the county. If you would like to get involved please contact Jon Bramley on This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

riparian training day

The picture above shows Jon and Steve chatting about riparian mammals to volunteer surveyors at the Stodmarsh Nature Reserve in Jan 2011.


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