My research focuses on conservation solutions for priority UK species in agricultural and semi-natural landscapes. I’m particularly interested in analytical tools that help decision makers better target conservation action, both in terms of scale (how much is needed) and location (where to deploy management).
Whilst much of my research focuses on avian species, I’m also interested in cross-taxa decision support tools that inform multi-taxa solutions.
Most of my time at the RSPB is currently spent researching the effect of agri-environment scheme interventions on bird populations within farmed landscapes.
I’m also researching the effect of nature-based solutions in agricultural settings, and the efficacy of our conservation actions for Turtle Dove.
- Non stipend research fellow at the University of East Anglia
Partners and Collaboration
- Prof Paul Dolman, University of East Anglia
- Dr James Gilroy, University of East Anglia