I do things, visit places, see frogs…

As my PhD life approaches the 15-months mark, I have more or less worked out what I want to do when I grow up – that means now, unfortunately. Or fortunately? I have a lot of exciting stuff ahead of me now, so I thought I’d let the internets know. Here are three of the … Continue reading I do things, visit places, see frogs…

A lesson learnt (long ago – and resurfacing)

I don't often tell people, but before choosing a science degree, I completed a bachelor in marketing & communication. I then decided it was something I didn't particularly like, but I guess something must have stuck in my subconscious. My last post (below) was aptly titled "centerfold toad" - and voilà, as soon as it … Continue reading A lesson learnt (long ago – and resurfacing)

Centerfold toad!

The latest issue of Frog Log, the newsletter of the Amphibian Specialist Group, features an article on the research I have been doing in Italy about the yellow bellied toad, and the conservation actions that are being implemented in cooperation between the University of Genoa and the Regional Park of Monte Marcello - Magra. You … Continue reading Centerfold toad!