There are many challenges that people can experience when they’re doing fieldwork or working on conservation projects, whether it be locally and overseas. But these aspects can have additional layers of complexity for certain groups of people. In this post, I’m just going to focus on the LGBTQ+ community (of which I am a card-carryingContinue reading “Challenges in Conservation and Fieldwork for LGBTQ+ Youth”
As I’m writing this, I am supposed to be conducting my PhD fieldwork in the beautiful montane forests of Peninsular Malaysia. Alas, a global virus pandemic had other ideas and I’m stuck in the UK. Instead of batting off leaches, catching frogs and eating tasty food, I decided to write about some of my previousContinue reading “Travel Diary: Sumba, Indonesia”
I was lucky enough to be interviewed by the British Ecological Society Tropical Ecology Group. I talked about my inspirations and experiences working in the tropics, as well as my hobbies. The interview can be found here.
Unpaid Opportunity (Accommodation and Food Covered) I’m a PhD Student from the UK researching frogs in Peninsular Malaysia. I am need of a research assistant to help me with fieldwork between 1st April – mid-November 2020. I cannot afford to cover flights but can cover accommodation and food during fieldwork. I’m looking for someone withContinue reading “Research Assistants Required!”