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In Ukraine more than 120 mammal species are resident, but no one has an overal view of their distribution, let alone know how their populations are doing. The information is…

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Small Mammal Camp in Ukraine 2019

Lesser mole-rat (Nannospalax leucodon) (Rollin Verlinde / Vilda)

The European Mammal Foundation initiated the revision of the Atlas of European Mammals. For this second atlas the area covered is expanded into countries where hardly any information about the…

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Citizen science and road ecology

A victim of Wildlife Vehicle Collision (Photo: Dennis Wansink)

Habitat loss and fragmentation are the most important threats for the terrestrial mammal populations in Europe. Expansion of transport infrastructure is one of the causes of habitat fragmentation, next to…

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Mammals of Dobrudja, Romania

Lesser mole-rat (Spalax leucodon) (Photo: Rollin Verlinde / Vilda)

At least forty-two species of mammals where registered during a survey in the Danube delta and the steppe area south of the delta. Among others were Wild cat, Southern vole,…

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Small mammal survey in Macedonia

Preparing live traps for mammal survey in Macedonia (Photo: Nedko Nedyalkov)

The Balkan Mammal Network got into action last Summer. From 30.07.2018 to 12.08.2018, Dime Melovski from the Macedonian Ecological Society and Nedko Nedyalkov from the Bulgarian National Museum of Natural…

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International Bat Night

This will be the 22nd year that nature conservation agencies and NGOs from across Europe organise the International Bat Night. Don’t miss it. This is your chance to see bats…

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