Dr Malcolm Burgess
Honorary Research Fellow

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Malcolm Burgess is an Honorary Research Fellow in the Centre for Research in Animal Behaviour, College of Life and Environmental Sciences.

Qualifications

PhD, Conservation Biology, June 2008
‘Spatial patterns and population dynamics of a reintroduced Mauritius kestrel (Falco punctatus) population’.
University of Reading, Centre for Agri-environmental Research, UK

MSc, Biological Science Research, August 2002
‘Beech fruiting and the growth of an introduced population of the Edible dormouse (Glis glis) in England’.
Royal Holloway, University of London, UK

Career

RSPB Conservation Scientist (2011 – present) woodland bird research and conservation and agri-environment scheme evaluation.

Consultant conducting research, analysis and monitoring for the RSPB, Natural England, Fera and various conservation organisations (2009 – present).

Research posts; avian biodiversity hotspots (2003-2004) and breeding phenology in wild birds (2008), Imperial College at Silwood Park.

Field biologist; Mauritian Wildlife Foundation (1996-2000) and University of Bristol (2000).

Contact details


Email
AddressWashington Singer Laboratories
University of Exeter
Perry Road
Prince of Wales Road
Exeter
EX4 4QG
UK

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