This year, I'm doing a continuation of my dissertation focus - Oystercatcher foraging behaviour! I love these charismatic waders and they're an easy bird to find and follow even if the weather or light levels are unfavourable. This is mostly due to their colouration (black and white with a bright red beak). I've been collecting... Continue Reading →
This morning I finished another module: Animal Survival Strategies! Module List: Life in Wetlands Animal Survival Strategies Dissertation BioE&E Animal Design Advances in Behaviour (animal behaviour second year module required) Now I have one last exam to revise for, this exam will be a 2.30hour exam from 9am to 11.30am and during this time I... Continue Reading →
This blog post is following on from the Dragon's Den workshop where we had write our own business plans
Do arboreal monkeys feed for longer periods of time at the top of the tree as this is where they feel the safest? Seminar by Prof. R. Hill.
“In the Lion’s Den: Conserving Africa’s Lions” African Lions, Threats, Conflict and Mitigation: Dr. Jackie Abell Under what conditions will some of the poorest people in the world live alongside some of the most dangerous predators in the world? The overall talk was about how local people can help to conserve “Charismatic Magafauna” which are... Continue Reading →