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Towards solving some prickly problems with hedgehog conservation
Hedgehog - Photo: Jorg Hempel (Wikicommons) A talk to the Berkshire Mammal Group April 2018 Dr Phil Baker, School of Biological Sciences, University of Reading Dr Baker explained that the threat to hedgehogs and the need for their conservation had gone ‘und...
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Hunting Primates in the Amazon
Behavioural Interactions between Humans and Monkeys Dr Sarah Papworth, Royal Holloway A Talk to the Berkshire Mammal Group 7 December 2017 Sarah, a senior lecturer in Conservation Biology at Royal Holloway, was introduced as interested in the effects of hum...
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Hunting Primates in the Amazon
Behavioural Interactions between Humans and Monkeys Dr Sarah Papworth, Royal Holloway A Talk to the Berkshire Mammal Group 7 December 2017                Sarah, a senior lecturer in Conservation Biology at Royal Holloway, was introduced as interested in the...
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Hunting Primates in the Amazon
Behavioural Interactions between Humans and Monkeys Dr Sarah Papworth, Royal Holloway A Talk to the Berkshire Mammal Group 7 December 2017 Sarah, a senior lecturer in Conservation Biology at Royal Holloway, was introduced as interested in the effects of hum...
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Hunting Primates in the Amazon
Behavioural Interactions between Humans and Monkeys Dr Sarah Papworth, Royal Holloway A Talk to the Berkshire Mammal Group 7 December 2017 Sarah, a senior lecturer in Conservation Biology at Royal Holloway, was introduced as interested in the effects of hum...
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Saving the Slow Loris
Saving
the Slow Loris through Research & Education in south-east Asia Stephanie Poindexter and Claire
Cardinal of Oxford Brookes University A Talk to the
Berkshire Mammal Group 3
November 2016 Explaining
that the advertised speaker, Professor Anna Nekaris o...
Saving the Slow Loris
Saving the Slow Loris
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Project Splatter
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talk by Dr Sarah Perkins to the Berkshire Mammal Group 9 th February 2017 Dr
Sarah Perkins is a wildlife biologist at Cardiff University, having
started her career as a conservation officer for the UK Wildlife
Trust. In an entire year of working as an Ot...
Project Splatter
Project Splatter
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New Blog Post - a write-up of our talk by Dr Joanna Bagniewska - Mink - Evil or Interesting?
Mink – Evil or Interesting?
Mink – Evil or Interesting?
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Mink – Evil or Interesting?
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Talk by Dr Joanna Bagniewska to the Berkshire Mammal Group 6th October 2016 write-up courtesy of Edwin AR Trout, Berkshire Mammal Group Dr Joanna Bagniewska, University of Reading Opening
the meeting Amanda Lloyd introduced Joanna as a zoologist
specialis...
Mink – Evil or Interesting?
Mink – Evil or Interesting?
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Dormouse Project, 1982-1994 and the first release of captive-bred dormice in the UK
A Talk by Dot
Eaton to the Berkshire Mammal Group 3 March 2016 Over
thirty years ago Dot was an animal keeper near Loch Lomond, when she
formulated an ambition to build a captive-bred stock of British
animals and reintroduce them to the countryside, but was...
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