Dr Mo Verhoeven

Conservation Scientist, Conservation Science

Background

My research at the RSPB has focused on diagnosing the recent population decline of Black-tailed Godwits in the United Kingdom and developing and evaluating conservation solutions to reverse their decline.

I'm currently gathering tracking data on wader species in the East-Atlantic-Flyway to demonstarte the international importance of the Tagus Estuary for waders.

External Activities

  • Associate Editor of Wader Study
  • Associate Editor of the Journal of Caribbean Ornithology
  • Member of the Calidris Wader Ringing Group

Partners and Collaboration

  • Dr. Theunis Piersma, University of Groningen
  • Dr. Jelle Loonstra, Altenburg & Wymenga
  • Dr. Nathan Senner, University of South Carolina
  • Dr. Christiaan Both, University of Groningen
  • Dr. José Alves, University of Aveiro
  • Dr. Maria Dias, BirdLife International
  • Dr. Rob Robinson, BTO
  • Dr. Bing-Run Zhu, University of Groningen

Contact

Dr Mo Verhoeven

Conservation Scientist, Conservation Science

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

mo.verhoeven@rspb.org.uk

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Specialisms

Agriculture New methods and technologies Upland