A couple of weeks ago I had a very fun interview with James Borrell, a conservation biologist with a passion for science communication. Apart from studying the genetics of trees, James is also the founder of Discover Conservation – a website which aims to tell the stories of field scientists and, by doing so, inspire an appreciation for conservation in people around the world.
My interview with Discover Conservation discussed my PhD research on bottlenose and snubfin dolphins in Western Australia, but also touched on my “science story” and how I got where I am today. It finishes off with some of my advice for young conservationists, particularly those currently trying to find work experience.
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