I'm delighted to be back in the field for a month. So keen, in fact I went for the first field day as soon as I arrived. I wanted a day to focus on male associations, so I headed out with field assistant Christin, research assistant Amy and intern Fleur. It couldn't have been a better trip because we saw a lone bull and then came across a group that totalled thirteen, including a collared bull.
We were able to collect lots of data and faecal samples. What a great first day in the bush!
Amy with the recording equipment on the top of the fieldwork vehicle.
Christin and Fleur collect dung.
Bulls by the water, interacting!
Wild boars in Hong Kong
May 14, 2020
I'm very excited that a collaborative paper I have worked on analysing the use of interviews as a technique in conservation and ecology studies has be...
Paper accepted in Methods in Ecology and Evolution