Some links to various county and national organisations that will provide you with more mammal-related information and advice.

Local Organisations

WWT

Worcestershire Wildlife Trust is the county’s leading local charity working to conserve & restore wildlife & wild places.

 

WBRC2

Worcestershire Biological Records Centre is an independent, ‘not for profit’ wildlife charity which acts as the data storehouse for a wide range of biological data.

 

WBG

Worcestershire Bat Group undertakes a wide range of active & passive surveys as well as organising talks, walks & other outreach work.

 

WBSoc

Worcestershire Badger Society aims to conserve, protect & promote badgers as part of the indigenous fauna of the county.

 

National organisations

MSThe Mammal Society is a science-led charity, leading efforts to collect & share information on mammals, encourage research to learn more about their ecology distribution, & contribute meaningfully to efforts to conserve them.

 

PTES

People’s Trust for Endangered Species – PTES protects wildlife in Britain & around the world by bringing our most threatened species back from the brink of extinction.

 

Vincent Wildlife Trust undertakes surveys to identify the current status of mammal species of concern, carries out research, & offers advice.

 

BCT

Bat Conservation Trust supports over 100 local bat groups & 5000 members & works with volunteers, scientists, industry & government on a range of projects.

 

British Hedgehog Preservation Society offers help & advice on sick, injured or orphaned hedgehogs.

 

HS

Hedgehog Street is a campaign aimed at ensuring the hedgehog, the UK’s only spiny mammal, remains a common & familiar part of British life.

 

BT

Badger Trust is a national charity, funded entirely by donations & subscriptions & its mission is to use all lawful means to campaign for the improved welfare, protection, & conservation of badgers, their setts & habitats.