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A Week on the Hills

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One of the subtleties of the Scottish landscape is that everything is described as a hill. I’ve spent the last week up there (in the rain) on a variety of those hills doing a final spot of fieldwork before Winter closes in and covers everything in a few feet of snow.

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Criticism, Crop Circles and Citizen Science

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A few favorites from September..

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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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A Year on from the End of Exams

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Watching the notifications of revision despair popping up from friends still at university, exam season is clearly upon us. I can barely believe that a year has flown past since I escaped the exam hall for good and set about putting it all to use.

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Friday Photo: Surprising Science

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Science is taught in the classroom and practiced in the laboratory. Sometimes you get to have a go in the field. Lab’s are sterile, everything goes (almost) to plan

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Science and Expeditions

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Expeditions are about developing an understanding of the environment around you, and frequently – although it might not have been an intended outcome – an understanding of yourself..

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A scientific rite of passage

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I’ve never celebrated the same thing so many times. Acceptance, submission, peer review, successful review, official acceptance, proof reading and at long last; publication..

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Camera Trap Images from Oman

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It’s been a month since we arrived back at Heathrow, weary from the expedition, but elated at how much we managed to achieve in that time..

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Need a speaker?

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Information on booking me as a speaker for talks and events.

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Birds of the Middle East

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I’m not an avid bird watcher, more an interested observer, but in the space of a few weeks the scientific necessity of identifying and counting what we saw turned from a research theme to an obsession..

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12 Tips For A Career In Conservation

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I think it is far more important to save one square mile of wilderness, anywhere, by any means, than to produce another book on the subject.

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Success in Oman

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As was previously reported, against all our expectations, we have been successful in establishing the presence of Arabian Leopard in a remote part of Dhofar, Oman.

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