Mammalnet blog

In this blog we are going to tell you stories about the mammals that live in our surroundings. How you can collaborate to help their conservation and what are their main problems. You will also be able to learn how to identify and better understand the species that you observe, and we will tell you some of the activities that we are going to prepare during the coming months.

Looking for the wild boar

Simple methods for a challenging task It is not anymore necessary to be a wildlife

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December 23, 2021 0

Tips for tracking and detecting wild boar

The African Swine Fever epidemic spread across in much of Europe, and has affected both

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December 23, 2021 0

Humans stuck, wild boars out!

To contain the spread of the new virus, many countries around the world instituted lockdowns

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November 15, 2021 0

Winter is coming! How are mammals preparing for winter time?

Winter is coming! The weather is getting colder, tree leaves are changing their colors, temperatures

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October 9, 2021 0

Do you want to win a camera trap for wildlife recording?

We have launched two new competitions in the Mammalnet project. The winners can win a

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September 7, 2021 0

Invasive species in Europe

An introduced, known also as alien or non-native species, is a species which lives outside

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July 9, 2021 0

iMammalia reaches new horizons thank to the support of European citizens

The friendly-use mobile app recently achieved 10,000 observations on wild mammals in a record period

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June 4, 2021 0

Climate change threatening seals

Climate change threatens our oceans and many of the species that inhabit them.  Seals share

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June 3, 2021 0

Z okazji dzisiejszego wyjątkowego dnia dzileimy się z Wami „Hipotezą babci”. Czy wiecie że, nowe badania nad orkami sugerują, że babcie odgrywają potężną rolę w przetrwaniu następnych pokoleń? 

Drogie babcie! Wszystkiego najlepszego!

https://bigthink.com/life/the-grandmother-effect/#Echobox=1641792678

The raccoon dog (Nyctereutes procyonoides), an alien species, was the most common mammalian nest visitor in all habitats and its occurrence reduced nest survival.
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10530-021-02608-2

7th #iMammalia Photo Contest
You can vote for which photo you like the most. We will periodically select the best photos uploaded to the iMammalia app and you will be able to vote which ones you like the most.

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