Small mammals are a large part of our city and country life.
Living in our modern and often high-tech world, we might not realise it but we’re surrounded and affected by a diversity of wildlife. One important group of wild animals often overlooked are ‘small mammals’ – and we’re not just talking about those pesky house mice and common rats! Find out about the variety and complexity of wild small mammals found in the UK, such as bats, hedgehogs, moles and rodents, how they have come to influence our world and how we have influenced their arrival and survival.
Dr Iain Boulton, Environmental Compliance Officer, Lambeth Landscapes
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