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Bottlenose Dolphin Research in Spain

by Mary Kate Bolger The Bottlenose Dolphin Research Institute (BDRI), run by Bruno Diaz Lopez, focuses on the conservation and research of dolphins in Northern Spain. The BDRI offers students the opportunity to participate as a volunteer, intern, or to … Continue reading

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Finding the Falcons

Helena Jackson, a student on the Diploma in Field Ecology writes about her research work: It’s 7.30 am and I’m sitting in my car with the heater on full blast waiting for a quarry manager to allow me entry into … Continue reading

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BEES student continues her study of wildlife biology on the slopes of Hawaii’s volcanoes

Susan O’Donohoe trained and worked for a number of years as a Montessori school teacher. Having completed the Diploma in Field Ecology in the School of BEES, UCC, Susan has worked with the US Forest Service in Oregon and is … Continue reading

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