Event: PTES Dormouse Mitigation Conference

People's Trust for Endangered Species

Natural History Museum, London
Friday 16th November 2018

www.ptes.org Ian.white@ptes.org 020 7498 4533 Ian White

Cost: £145, Earlybird £120

Sectors: conservation & wildlife, ecology

The Dormouse Mitigation Conference is a must for anyone involved in dormouse surveying, licencing and mitigation. You will get updates on survey technique, how to plan mitigation strategies and updates to licencing legislation. Meet with dormouse ecologists from across the country – all in the magnificent setting of the Natural History Museum.

We will be announcing a full programme later in the year. Speakers so far confirmed include:

  • Sarah Jennings – Planner for Devon County Council – What can we learn from dormouse mitigation in Devon
  • Susie Moore – Natural England – Everything you need to know about licensing
  • Simone Bullion – Suffolk Wildlife Trust – Survey methodology; update on footprint tunnel research
  • Sophie Hughes – Animex – Bridging roads to increase landscape permeability 
  • Emily Wilson – People’s Trust for Endangered Species – Beyond dormice; considering other species in your work
  • Paul Chain – Mammal Society – An introduction to the Dormouse Mitigation Handbook
  • Ian White – People’s Trust for Endangered Species – Developing, maintaining and enhancing habitats for dormice

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