Mammal monitoring and conservation with Charlie Le Marquand

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Mammal monitoring and conservation with Charlie Le Marquand
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Charlie Le Marquand is the data and information officer for the Mammal Society.

In this episode, Charlie covers:

  • Her studies and experiences prior to joining the Mammal Society. [Starts at 1:55]
  • How the Mammal Society started and its essential role in providing mammal information. [Starts at 5:24]
  • Her varied role; comprising enquiries, surveys, apps and events. [Starts at 6:21]
  • What a mammal is and those examined by the society. [Starts at 9:30]
  • Risk of extinction and reasons for declining mammal numbers. [Starts at 12:30]
  • The importance of recording mammals and the Mammal Mapper App. [Starts at 18:27]
  • Why losing species matters. [Starts at 26:38]
  • Appreciating nature and the joy of spotting mammals. [Starts at 28:38]
  • Future ambitions of the society and the National Harvest Mouse Survey. [Starts at 33:22]
  • Mammals in 2050. [Starts at 38:19]
  • Personal lifestyle changes – becoming vegetarian. [Starts at 39:34]

Useful links

Mammal Society website

Information on the Mammal Mapper App

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How to connect

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