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PhD Student, Ecology, Bangor University

The scope of my research is broad and explores a variety of topical issues including wildlife resource-use, population dynamics and movement ecology. I will be observing a largely isolated population of Fallow deer (Dama dama) in North Wales using GPS collars, drone-mounted thermal imaging cameras and motion-activated camera traps. I intend to identify the landscape-scale drivers of resource-use and observe behavioural responses to anthropogenic disturbance. The project is supported by a KESS 2 ( scholarship and will operate in collaboration with the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust ( to inform sustainable ungulate management.


  • 2017–2022
    PhD, Bangor University
  • 2016–2017
    MScRes, Bangor University
  • 2010–2014
    MBiolSci, University of Liverpool