IDC 2022 begins

Roach's Mouse-tailed Dormouse (Myomimus roachi) (Photo: Rollin Verlinde / Vilda)

The 11th International Dormice Conference starts today. This time the conference takes place in the southeast of Bulgaria, in the realm of Roach’s Mouse-tailed Dormouse (Myomimus roachi). Nedko Nedyalkov of…

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Books for data

Books

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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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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2nd Jackal Symposium

2nd Jackal Symposium

From 31st of October to 2nd of November 2018 the Second International Symposium on jackals and related species will be held in Marathon Bay – Attica, Greece. The aim of…

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