Amy Dickman on her life of big cat conservation – Science Weekly podcast

Dr Amy Dickman is an internationally renowned conservation biologist. She’s dedicated her life to saving big cats in the wild, working in Africa for over 20 years on carnivore ecology and how to resolve human-wildlife conflict. Amy talks to Nicola Davis about her career trying to bring a halt to the decline in big cat populations, including the role that trophy hunting might play

How to listen to podcasts: everything you need to know


READ  Magnetics: Black Magic, Art, or Science? - Electronic Design


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here