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Survey water voles on your land

The annual National Water Vole Monitoring Programme (NWVMP) set up by PTES has been launched today  Britain’s water voles are in trouble. The arrival of non-native American mink and loss of suitable habitat have led to them becoming one of our fastest declining mammals. The key to halting the decline and conserving this species is understanding where water voles currently are, where they are doing well, and crucially, where they have disappeared. With this knowledge, we can better identify threats and target conservation efforts to areas where they are most needed. Find out how you can get involved here

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