Welcome to the Berkshire Mammal Group Website

The Berkshire Mammal Group formed in December 2010 with the aim to bring people together with a shared interest in mammals.

 We run a programme of indoor talks and other outdoor events.

 Training our members in mammal identification and other skills is very important to the group, as is encouraging the recording of your mammal sightings. 

Our aims

- To bring people together with a shared interest in mammals

- To survey and monitor Berkshire's mammals to establish distributions and abundance

- To organise training for members to gain essential skills in mammal identification and survey methods

- To raise awareness of mammals in Berkshire and increase knowledge of the threats many species face


Latest News

*** A change to our next winter talk. On Thurs 6th Feb at 7.15 pm the talk will now be "The Bats of Utila" (Honduras) by Maisy Inston (University of Exeter)

*** See our new blogpost about Small Mammal Surveys of Bisham Woods