The group has 120 members approximately who have a common interest in research and conservation relating to the wild mammals of Kent, particularly the less common and at-risk species.
Specific aims are to:
• Raise awareness of the County’s mammals.
• Promote the recording and study of mammals in Kent
• Help the conservation of the County’s mammals.
• Provide a forum for anyone interested in wild mammals, both professional and amateur.
There are specific projects – Kent Mammal Atlas, National Dormouse Monitoring Scheme, Cetaceans and Marine Mammals, Brown Hares etc. Contact us for more information.
If you’ve enjoyed reading about what we do and would like to get more involved, you can become a member of the Kent Mammal Group.