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Edited By: Klaus Hackländer. Managing Editor: Nancy Jennings
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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 3/152 (Zoology)
Online ISSN: 1365-2907
The Mammal Society supports those researching, studying and conserving mammals through training and involvement in our ongoing monitoring projects; disseminates new research and best practice advice in surveying; campaigns for effective policy development; and supports and connects mammal conservation efforts throughout the British Isles and Ireland. If you join, you will become an integral part of a large and growing international network of over 2000 like-minded people, who through us connect, share knowledge, learn and collaborate, strengthening national support for mammal conservation. Our members form a skilled, active, influential network of experts and enthusiasts all working to study and conserve mammals, by helping to understand better and to tackle effectively the modern challenges facing mammals and the wider environment.
Join online at www.mammal.org.uk. Enquiries should be sent to: the Mammal Society, 3 The Carronades, New Road, Southampton, SO14 0AA UK. Tel: +44 2380 237874. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org