This is the first in our series of Naturally Speaking Shorts where we interview visiting and IBAHCM researchers about their work and how they ended up in science. In this episode, we interview University of Glasgow alumnus, Dr. Richard Phillips (British Antarctic Survey), about his work with albatrosses in South Georgia and his advice for young ecologists entering the field.
Tune in to hear Richard discuss his team’s exciting research findings about these iconic birds and the biggest threats to their populations.
Intro and outro music sampled from:
“The Curtain Rises” and “Early Riser” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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