The Hazel Dormouse – A Yorkshire Perspective – Wednesday 22nd November 2017

Dr Geoff Oxford, Honorary Research Fellow in the Department of Biology at the University of York, and a leading member of the Yorkshire Mammal Group, will be giving us a fascinating illustrated presentation into the life of this attractive tiny mammal.


The hazel (or common) dormouse lives in deciduous woodland, hedgerows and dense scrub, but is rarely seen in the wild, partly because it is nocturnal, but also because it is now less common than its alternative name suggests.

Meet at Dunnington Reading Room at 8.00pm.

Admission is free to members, non-members £1.50, and refreshments 50p.


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