|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.
A picture showing Jon and Steve chatting about riparian mammals to volunteer surveyors at the Stodmarsh Nature Reserve in Jan 2011 is available in the activities section of the gallery.
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