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Hazel dormice


New Forest roe deer

The smallest of our native deer, the elusive roe is one of the most widespread of deer species in Britain. But in the New Forest, pressures on roe are unusually intense. This book is the result of intensive research over a decade by author and well-respected expert on the subject, John Fawcett. It provides an intimate portrait of the lives of a particular roe deer population, in need of exceptional care. A valuable read for the scientific reader as well as those with wider interests.

Stag beetles

Traditional orchards


State of Britain’s Mammals

These reports were produced for us by our partners at the University of Oxford, Department of Zoology’s Wildlife Conservation Research Unit (WildCRU). They provide an overview of research carried out by wildlife and conservation experts across the country. More recently we have been part of the State of Nature reports so no longer produce this stand alone mammals report.


or view a PDF version State of Britain’s Mammals 2014- a focus on disease


Other UK wildlife reports and findings

Take a look at our surveys section for more updates and findings

Our overseas wildlife reports and findings

Reports and papers from our worldwide grant projects and internships can be viewed in our grants section.

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