The following species, with one exception, have all been seen or found dead in the Minet Recording Area by A Rocha staff or volunteers, since 1998. The one exception is American Mink, which was reported by a member of the public on the area of the site currently owned by British Waterways. This species is not native to the UK but has become widespread around waterways in Britain and Ireland since its accidental release from captivity in the 20th century, and its occurrence here is not unexpected.
This list is probably nearly complete at the present time, with the only species notable by its absence being Western Hedgehog (Erinaceus europaeus). Although this has never been recorded here, it seems quite likely that it does actually occur here.