Holly recently finished her DPhil in the Department of Zoology, Oxford University. Her research on seabird movement ecology combined traditional field work techniques with new spatial and behavioural logging technology. Now based in Australia, Holly is working with an interdisciplinary group solving key problems in ecological conservation. Her current research focuses on understanding animal dispersal in the urban environment, using a range ecological survey techniques to study plants, birds and bugs.
Part-time over five weeks, this tutor-led training course can be taken from anywhere in the world. It will appeal to students and practitioners who want to improve their ability to conduct bird surveys.