Sarah Richdon

Sarah Richdon

University of Bristol

PhD Student


Published on Aug 20, 2019

An update - finally!

Hi all,Apologies for the radio silence, I've been deep in the lab working hard butthought I would provide an update of my progress so far!Lots has happened since last year and I have made considera...

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Published on Feb 03, 2018

We did it!

The campaign ended this morning at 9am, almost 104% funded. We can hardly believe it!We will never be able to thank you all enough for your support but I made a short video to try anyway...Your sup...

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Published on Jan 27, 2018

Well, that was unexpected.... (Not Koki - he's always like this)

I was collecting some behavioural data for another PhD chapter this morning in Jersey Zoo’s beautiful bat tunnel, watching Koki doing his best ninja impression (see video), when my phone started to...

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Published on Jan 15, 2018

To the tune of Bon Jovi's Living on a Prayer - "Whoaaa, we're halfway there, whoa (see pic)"

I just wanted to post a quick lab note to say thank you. It's inspiring to see so many people interested in and willing to engage with conservation research and, whatever the outcome of this campai...

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Published on Jan 05, 2018

My first piece to camera - "Three reasons to help save Livingstone's fruit bats"

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Published on Jan 03, 2018

Conservation genetics

The extinction of a species occurs due to one or a combination of two types of reasons, called stochastic and deterministic factors. Stochastic factors are hard to predict and include issues such a...

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Sounds like a really worthwhile project with far reaching implications - good luck reaching your target!