As conservation scientists, we have dedicated both our careers and free time to contribute to conserving biodiversity all over the world. For scientists like us, this often means that we use our scientific knowledge to inform conservation in its many forms, particularly conservation management in the field or conservation policy. In this section of the blog, we would like to give you a glimpse of our scientific achievements and share some of the most interesting projets and information we have contributed to generate, along with other scientists!

Receiving our PhD at the University of Antwerp (March 2020)

Latest conservation posts

  • Rare forest birds influenced by topography and habitat quality
    Found up to 5200 meters above sea level across the Andes of South America, Polylepis trees can grow higher than any other in the world. True survivors, these trees are able to withstand extreme dry, cold and windy conditions and offer a home to many rare plant and animal species that occur nowhere else in[…]