Return of the Native: Pine Marten Recovery in England and Wales

Engraving of pine martenPine marten from "A history of British quadrupeds, including the Cetacea" (1874)

Event details

Thu, 04/01/2018 - 7:30pm - 10:00pm

Enjoy an evening with Elizabeth Croose of the Vincent Wildlife Trust and the Malvern local group and find out about the return of this elusive native.

The pine marten used to be common in England and Wales, but as a result of game shooting and predator control, became confined to some areas of Scotland. The Vincent Wildlife Trust has recently carried out a reintroduction programme in Wales with a small but significant number of martens translocated from Scotland. Elizabeth Croose, Projects Support Officer of Vincent Wildlife Trust will talk about the success of this programme and its future.

Non-members of the Trust are very welcome.

Refreshments available.

There is ample car parking available nearby, and there are 2 identified parking places for disabled people in the Priory grounds.

Venue location

The Lyttelton Rooms,
WR14 2AY

Event information

Thursday 4th January 2018
7:30pm - 10:00pm
Price / Donation
Adults £2.50, children free,
Worcestershire Wildlife Trust
Venue location
The Lyttelton Rooms,
WR14 2AY
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Wheelchair Access
Suitable for wheelchair users
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assistance dogs only
Contact details
Tel: 01684 567819
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