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The Dormice site is dedicated to that most wonderful creature the Hazel Dormouse. The site contains information about the Hazel Dormouse, a download section for publications, videos and news.

We hope you find this site useful, please check back often as t content of this site will be updated with new information as soon as it is found.

It would be fantastic if you would like to contribute to the website with your own news and information and perhaps images, please use this link to send an email to the author of this site.

I am still refining some of the pages for this site, so some of the pages are just notes, if you would like to correct the information, donate new information that would be great. A small note on images, the site lacks images, so far I have two sources, the Forestry Commission and free to use images. If your picture is on here without permission – SORRY, please can I use it? Please! The site is not for profit, anything over my costs will be sent to Suffolk Wildlife Trust, so please may I use your image? If you would like to donate images I will of course add the correct accreditation to each and a link back to your site. Thanks, Neil.

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BBC News – Nottinghamshire woodland chosen for dormice release

Twenty pairs of captive-bred dormice have been released in a secret woodland location in Nottinghamshire to help boost populations. The rodents, which can hibernate for up to six months, were once widespread but the species is now vulnerable to extinction. Conservationist Ian White said the animals have suffered due to habitat loss and poor management […]

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BBC News – Suffolk – Kiln Meadow in Ipswich ‘no longer for sale’

An Ipswich meadow, home to a large population of toads, will not be put up for sale again for housing, Ipswich Borough Council has announced. Developers had planned to build more than 100 homes on the 11-acre Kiln Meadow in Pinewood before planning permission expired last October. The council has now decided it will look […]

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Kiln Meadow Saved!

Ipswich Wildlife Group are delighted with the decision of Ipswich Borough Council’s Executive committee to revoke the decision to sell Kiln Meadow. IWG Chairman Ray Sidaway said: “The ‘Save Kiln Meadow’ campaign has been long and complicated. The low point was when the previous administration decided to sell the site last July without due consideration […]

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Suffolk Wildlife Trust says harvest mice need farmers’ help

Farmers are being asked to create more grass margins around fields to encourage harvest mice. The Suffolk Wildlife Trust (SWT) has been studying the tiny rodent to work out how to increase its numbers. They want to link up grassland, reed bed a riverbank habitats to allow the mice to thrive. Martha Meek, trust project […]

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Urgent! Save Kiln Meadow!

Save Kiln Meadow for the Dormice! IBC is trying to sell a strip of land on the outskirts of Ipswich,  the land is good habitat for many species and the borders and hedges of the land contain Dormice. Please sign the petition : http://petitions.ipswich.gov.uk/SaveKilnMeadow/ This whole area has a number of wildlife species that should […]

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