Simon Baker from the Norfolk Mink Project will be giving a talk on Tuesday 9 October 2018 at 7 pm in the Reading Room
All welcome – free entry.
The Norfolk Mink Project was started in 2003, primarily to help halt the decline in the water vole population caused by introduced American mink (Neovison vison). After an initial focus on the River Wensum, in 2006 the Project was expanded to cover the Broads and the River Nar. Using the experience gained, the Project embarked on a new strategy in 2012 to help reduce mink population densities throughout the entire county using a network of volunteers.