Fingle Woods, on the northern edge of Dartmoor, is home to rare hazel dormice. As a result of tree disease and ancient woodland restoration, the woods have changed significantly in recent years. In order to ensure that wildlife such as the dormice not only survive but thrive, we have been researching how species are responding to our woodland management.
In this free online talk, Matt Parkins (a dormouse ecologist) and David Rickwood (Fingle’s Site Manager), will give you an insight into the secret lives of Fingle’s Dormice, describe the ways in which habitat management is supporting this endangered species, and explain how this research adds to our knowledge of this endearing mammal.
Date and time: Thursday 10th September, 19:00 - 20:00
This is a free event but booking is essential as places are limited.
To book, please enter ‘1’ in the 'Quantity' box below and 'Add to Basket' then fill in the details required (please ignore the reference to printing tickets - this is for face to face events only and a printed ticket is not required for this online event).
Details on how to join the online zoom events will be supplied with your ticket.
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