James borrell is a conservation scientist and science communicator, with a particular interest in how species adapt to changing climate.

Scottish Wildcats, Extraordinary Oceans and Citizen Science

Once a month I try to post an article with a collection of the conservation and expedition articles that I’ve enjoyed reading. This month, I think these are most worth looking at, take a look and let me know what you think.

1.) Can you bring extinct species back to life?

2.) Conservationists turn camera traps on poacher

3.) Ordinary people helping oceans in extraordinary ways

4.) Scottish Wildcat population estimated at 35 individuals

5.) Highlighting the role of citizen science

6.) Estonian Eagles

Lastly, for someone who studies trees, I find this piece rather awesome.

And then for the shameful self promotion bit… A piece about my PhD research project made it to BBC news!

So what do you think? Which have been your favorite articles?