Exploring the Role of Rabbits as Landscape Engineers

Virtual Meet Ups (VMUs)

These are short natural history webinars, comprising of a 30-40 minute talk from either an FSC BioLinks team member or a guest speaker, followed by a question and answer session. We host them on Zoom, we will send out joining instructions on the day of the event. Sign up to the FSC BioLinks newsletter to find out about other online learning opportunities here.

Shifting Sands – Exploring the Role of Rabbits as Landscape Engineers

In this VMU we will be joined by Pip Mountjoy who works for Natural England as the keystone species officer for the Shifting Sands project, working to restore rabbit populations in Breckland. Breckland, spanning much of Norfolk and Suffolk, is one of the most unusual landscapes in England and home to nearly 13,000 species. ‘Shifting Sands’ is a ‘Back from the Brink’ project that aims to restore a mosaic of habitats for rare Brecks wildlife. This talk will explore the complex role of rabbits in British ecosystems and the part they play in shaping semi-natural habitats.

More Information

Book here: https://www.field-studies-council.org/biolinks-courses/

Please mention ConservationJobs.co.uk when enquiring about this event!

Key Information

Cost:

£0 - £5

Organisation:

Field Studies Council

Sectors:

Biodiversity, Conservation, Countryside & Land Management, Ecology

Location:

Online, United Kingdom