New Wildlife Technician Joins Perdix

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We are delighted to welcome Wildlife Technician James Robins to our team, to help expand our provision of knowledgeable service and support for our clients.

James has recently returned to the UK after gaining a 1st Class Honours Degree in Conservation Ecology at Stellenbosch University, South Africa. Whilst his degree covered a range of wildlife management and

conservation topics, human-wildlife conflict management formed a core part of his studies. In addition to his theoretical knowledge, James also has extensive fieldwork skills after working as a wildlife technician and research assistant on various MSc and PhD wildlife projects in South Africa and the United States.

Managing Director, Dr. Dave Butler, commented ‘We are really pleased to welcome James to Perdix. His knowledge of international wildlife issues, particularly human-wildlife conflict management in Africa, will help us further increase the services and products we supply our clients in this field’.

Since being with Perdix, James has worked on various projects developing new and improved techniques and products for wildlife management, conservation and welfare. Some of these will be launched later this year. In the meantime, if you have a particular wildlife problem that requires an effective solution, please get in touch and have a chat with James or one of our other wildlife experts.