I am a wildlife conservation biologist. My work includes fieldwork - collecting data to identify conservation threats, and using models to find management solutions to solve conservation issues.
I am currently responsible for conservation research into the Endangered Arabian tahr in Oman. The project is an interdisciplinary collaboration between Oman's DRC Office for Conservation of the Environment, The National Field Research Centre for Environmental Conservation and Earthwatch UK. I also continue to work on issues surrounding Pallas’s cat in Mongolia, which was started as my PhD research. In the past I worked on lions in the Okavango Delta, ecotourism in Northern Botswana, ecological research into Miombo woodlands in Zimbabwe, and Sitka Black tailed deer in Alaska.
I am responsible for Ranger training in field skills in Oman
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