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Small Mammals of Chobham Common

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Location: Chobham Common
Date: Saturday 07 July 2012
Time: 05:00 PM - 09:00 AM
Meet at: Rangers office, Gorse Lane, Chobham, GU24 8RB.
Admission: Suggested donation, adults £2, children £1.
Organised by: Surrey Wildlife Trust Ranger Darren Brito.

Saturday 7th July 5pm – 7pm & Sunday 8th July 5am – 8am

Come and discover how to identify, weigh and sex small mammals by catch and release trapping. You will be assisting with a survey that is being carried out on the Common. Traps will be sited on Saturday and collected early on Sunday morning. Limited to 10 persons. BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL, please email Darren Brito at Darren.brito@surreywt.org.uk to book. Booking from 1st May only. Grid Ref: SU 972 631.

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