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Lorna Griffiths Oct 18
Another survey season finally over & boy what a year it has been. have recorded incredible numbers, had lots of firsts in terms of new sections of the recording dormice, scores of wild nests & this weekend we've gone out with a bang...
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Sophie Cooper🌍💚 6 Oct 19
The most perfect morning spent checking boxes in We found 7 in one!! 💚🐭🍂
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John Lewis-Stempel Aug 8
The phrase 'give wildlife a home'? We actually do :) Here is a pic of garden dormouse in courtyard, then pic of same dormouse scaling the house wall to attic, where it lives
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BES Conservation Nov 19
PhD in dormouse conservation at the University of Exeter, deadline to apply is 6th December @UoExeterCEC
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Jennifer D'aww 20 May 19
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Darren Tansley EWT Apr 23
Bat bricks are old news after seeing these shots of a at one of the Essex & Suffolk Dormouse Group monitoring locations in Suffolk. Landowner discovered it while moving the pile but all replaced and DM fine.
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People's Trust for Endangered Species Jul 13
Our bridges are now being developed commercially which is great news for dormice! For every bridge sold we get a commission too, to help us continue our dormice conservation work. Original clip from 2015 when we discovered the trial bridge was in use!
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Mammal Society Oct 28
Nearly 100 of you knew which of the ink tracks were left by a hazel yesterday so congratulations to you all! However, our randomly selected winner was Gabbi Cruttenden who played along on Instagram 🎉 goody bag incl. tracks guide coming your way!
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South Downs Ranger Jul 6
One of a couple of pregnant dormice in the Graffham Down Trust's woodland reserves today. She's got an old wound above her eye but it doesn't seem to be holding her back. Also three cheeky woodmice having a snooze in a dormouse nest box.
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Levengrove Park Photos & Beyond Oct 15
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Zoe Arthurs Oct 18
Pure wonder at Hope Valley in . Home to the hazel 💙
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ZSL Science 24 Jun 19
New blog post by Inez Januszczak, filling us in on the day on 18th June, as part of the programme. 11 hazel dormice were quarantined at ZSL with the team, before being released in a woodland in Lincolnshire!
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Lorna Griffiths Sep 29
My new darklight camera has recorded some interesting rarely seen behaviours
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People's Trust for Endangered Species Sep 17
On your marks, get set, bake! Celebrate with us by baking your very own themed bake. And what great timing as we get into the spirit for returning to our screens next week! Remember to tag us in your photos so we can see your handiwork! 🐭🌰
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Michael Walker Sep 20
Please stop releasing balloons! I found these during a survey in a beautiful ancient woodland. They can kill wildlife
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Gwent Police | Rural Crime Team Oct 12
out investigating an alleged incident of damage to a protected habitat. Site visit carried out today with specialist and ecologist looking for signs of .
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BargoedLibrary 📚❤️🐰 Jun 23
Trees give food, water and shelter to many creatures. Red , Grey Squirrel Hazel - 🌻🦔🦡🍃🕷️🦉🐞🐌🪲🐝🦟🦋🌿🐾🐛🌼🌳 Junior
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AK_Hevonen Sep 29
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People's Trust for Endangered Species Jul 29
As many courses have been cancelled recently, we thought we'd take our course online in September. We don't want those training for to miss out! But we would like to know if anyone would be interested in a one day course with our Dormouse Officer, Ian White?
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The Wildlife Trust for Beds, Cambs & Northants Feb 12
Could you help us monitor footprints in ? We're looking for volunteers to help with this exciting project! Read more about what's involved:
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