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November 15, 2016

Welcome MRes Wildlife Conservation Cohort 2016/17!

Aggie Thompson, 22 Background: I graduated from the University of Southampton in 2015 with BSc Zoology, specialising in ecology, behaviour and conservation. During the summer of 2015, I conducted a study on the impact of new artificial lighting systems on bat activity on Southampton Common as part of an internship for Southampton City Council. I […]

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October 16, 2016

Goodbye and good luck MRes cohort 2015-16!

  The last few months have been very busy for our MRes Wildlife Conservation students, with the end of one academic year followed almost immediately by the start of the next! The 2015-16 cohort of students rounded off the course at the end of September with their research presentations and vivas. It was a very […]

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August 12, 2016

Distribution of large herbivores in Matobo National Park, Zimbabwe

Written by Alex Phillips It’s now been almost a month since fellow MRes student Tessa and I returned from Zimbabwe; where we split our time between the Dambari Wildlife Trust and the beautiful Matobo National Park that is part of the Matobo Hills World Heritage Site. Though it was odd to be apart and back […]

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