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Dormouse Mitigation Conference 2018
This conference is now fully booked. To be added to the waiting list please email email@example.com.
The Dormouse Mitigation Conference is a must for anyone involved in dormouse ecology and conservation. You will get updates on best practice for dormouse conservation, hear about current research being undertaken and meet with dormouse ecologists from across the country – all in the magnificent setting of the Natural History Museum!
We will be announcing a full programme later in the year. Speakers so far confirmed include:
- Sarah Jennings, County Ecologist for Devon County Council – What can we learn from dormouse mitigation in Devon
- Simone Bullion, Suffolk Wildlife Trust – Survey methodology; update on footprint tunnel research
- Sophie Hughes, Animex – Bridging roads to increase landscape permeability
- Paul Chanin, Mammal Society – Introducing the upcoming Dormouse Mitigation Handbook
- Jane Garner and Liz Halliwell, Natural Resources Wales – Dormouse mitigation case studies in Wales
- Ian White, People’s Trust for Endangered Species – Results from recent dormouse research
- Jodie Southgate, EPR – Dormouse work in progress, a consultants view
- Leo Gubert, Highways Agency – Dormice in hibernation
- Rob Wolton, Devon Hedge Group – What is good dormouse habitat and how to create it
- Emily Wilson, People’s Trust for Endangered Species – Beyond dormice; considering other species in your work
- Diana Clark, Koru Ecology – Surveying for dormice in small sites
Catering will be provided by Benugo and includes morning and afternoon refreshments and lunch.
Ticket price for one day conference – £145
Please note as People’s Trust for Endangered Species is not VAT registered VAT is not added to conference tickets.