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December 7, 2017

Marwell in the Mara!

This year the MRes Wildlife Conservation team ventured to the Maasai Mara for the first time for their field course module. Nobody knew what to expect and we were all amazed by the amount and variety of wildlife we encountered. During our time in the Mara we also developed a variety of skills and contributed […]

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Categories: 17-18 Cohort, Field Trip, Kenya
December 1, 2017

Lauren’s project – The demographics of China’s most vulnerable elephants

Hey there! I’m Lauren, one of the five students from the 2016/17 cohort. This year is now coming to an end and I would love to share my China experience with you all! Back in March, I was intending to study spotted hyenas (Crocuta crocuta). I know what you must be thinking… what is this […]

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Categories: 16-17 Cohort, Research Projects
November 27, 2017

Welcome MRes Wildlife Conservation Cohort 2017/18!

Welcome to our 2017-2018 cohort of 10 new students! Having found their feet after starting the course back in October, they would now like to introduce themselves! Ana Giovanetti Background I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Applied Animal Biology from the University of British Columbia in 2016. Before endeavouring in graduate school, I’ve participated […]

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Categories: 17-18 Cohort