Dr Jessica Bryant

Conservation Scientist


I am interested in providing evidence-based conservation solutions through an improved understanding of animal ecology and behaviour and the application of spatial analysis techniques to untimately inform threatened species management, public health issues and contribute to effective protective areas. I have worked across a range of species in a number of systems, including the Hainan gibbon in China, Olive baboon in Ethiopia, and many other species and projects across Europe and Australia.

My current work focuses on identifying and assessing Key Biodiversity Areas and other site-based conservation solutions, as well as investigating habitat use by migratory birds in West Africa to identify potential habitat preferences and resource use patterns.

External Activities

  • 2013-present: Member, IUCN Species Survival Commission Primate Specialist Group Section on Small Apes


Dr Jessica Bryant

Conservation Scientist

RSPB UK Headquarters, The Lodge, Sandy, Bedfordshire, SG19 2DL



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