James Crymble

Conservation Scientist

Background

My work has focused on investigating the response of seabird population to the control of non-native predators. In my current role as a Conservation Scientist, I will be working as part of the LIFE raft project team on Rathlin Island. During this project we will use innovate solutions to monitor the response of seabird populations to the eradication of two non-native mammalian predators, ferrets and rats.

Contact

James Crymble

Conservation Scientist

Rathlin Island, Ballycastle BT54 6RT

james.crymble@rspb.org.uk

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Specialisms

Marine New methods and technologies UK species