My name is Fran Fitzpatrick and my passion is conservation. I am inspired to work for less popular, conflict-associated species and those most at risk in this human-dominated world. I am particularly interested in a holistic approach to conserving endangered species, finding ways in w
This month, Sea Watch, Bangor University and Nova Innovation are launching a brand-new recording app, entitled “Sea Watcher”. This will be freely available to everyone, with both an android version and one for Apple iOS users. It can be run off smartphones or tablets. The
Thanks to our volunteer observers around the UK we do receive many sightings every month. This past September we received a total of 321 to be exact. A small sample of these sightings are used every month to create our Monthly Sightings Map, which is discussed along side the we
Sleep is a behaviour characterised by a typical body posture, both eyes’ closure, raised sensory threshold, distinctive electrographic signs, and a decrease of motor activity1. Regarded as a necessity to the majority of animals, in most cases sleep involves the whole brain and body1.
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