Our work presented at Oxford and Cambridge

March was a busy month as we took our results from the distemper survey in May 2018 to the world stage! I spent two thoroughly fast-paced weeks between Oxford University's WildCRU Conservation Geopolitics Forum, and the Student Conference on Conservation Science at the University of Cambridge. It was a fantastic opportunity to share our work with scientists and conservationists from all over the world. We had invigorating debates and received lots of useful feedback for future work in the region. I particularly enjoyed learning about the different experiences of colleagues working with wildlife in similar environments. Ugyen Penjor (above left) works with tigers in Bhutan Himalaya, and was c

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