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Alice Clark

Social Media & Communications

Alice is a PhD candidate at the University of Liverpool with a research background in population ecology, reproductive behaviour and breeding management. Alice is currently working with Chester Zoo and the bush dog EEP to monitor behaviour and physiology of bush dogs in order to improve management practices and maintain stable captive populations. Her love of sustainable population management also extends beyond captive collections - she has worked on a number of field projects in South America studying the distribution and habitat use of bird and mammal populations to feed back to reserve managers. Working with Nature’s SAFE has been a natural extension of her interest in maintaining healthy animal populations.

Alice has a particular interest in effective science communication, creating digestible and informative content for scientific peers and the public through social media. She hopes that by effectively communicating the work of Nature’s SAFE with the public, we will be able to continue our mission to Save Animals From Extinction for years to come.

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