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Do you Need a Masters or PhD to Work in Conservation?

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Is science and academia the only route in? What if you’ve had a different career and want to move into the area – do you need to go back to university and study?

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Launching Expedition Angano: Conservation fieldwork in Northern Madagascar

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I really can’t believe we have come this far, and we haven’t even set foot in Madagascar yet.

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TEDx: Is There Hope For Conservation?

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I’m really thrilled that the video for my TEDx talk is now online!

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Citizen Science And How Expeditions Can Leave A Lasting Legacy

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From the swarms of crabs rolling across the beach, the militant camels that would raid our flour supplies, evening camp fires with our new Omani friends and of course the jet black night sky…

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Is Rewilding The UK Really A Good Idea?

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There’s nothing quite like mentioning rewilding to really put the cat among the pigeons (or the lynx among the grouse as it were).

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Crowdfunding Science on Experiment.com

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Up until recently, what crowdfunding has really lacked is a website dedicated to science. So I was pretty excited to discover Experiment.com.

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10 Things I Discovered From Exploring Lapland

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Reindeer, peach and blue cheese go great on a pizza.

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A Lapland Photostory

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Endless daylight, endless forests and endless lakes. These are the things I’ll remember about Lapland.

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Trees for Life: Restoring the Caledonian Forest

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I’m currently working on a project up in the Scottish Highlands together with the fantastic organisation Trees for Life. Their Dundreggan estate in Glen Moriston holds..

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Fieldwork in the Scottish Highlands

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It’s remarkably easy to sit in a centrally heated office, cosily hatching plans through the Winter.

Distances look shorter, methods seem simpler and the prospect of a summer of fieldwork in the hills sounds positively straight forward.

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Vote for your favourite Fieldwork Interview

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Articles from scientists around world, working in remote and challenging locations. Which is your favorite?

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The PhD Plunge

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I’m heading North to start a new project on Scotland’s montane woodlands

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