Turtle dove (c) httpswww.flickr.comphotosandymorffew

Conserving migratory species through mapping

To celebrate International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month the Museum is sharing the stories of 27 inspirational women, alongside the animals they work with the most.

Dr Susana Requena-Moreno

RSPB, International Science Team

Dr Susana Requena-Moreno

“The European turtle dove is threatened with extinction. I analyse the information  from satellite tracking and remote sensing to help identify the drivers of population decline throughout the doves’ migratory cycle. Wintering in the Sahel and breeding in Europe, the doves can travel more than 15,000 km each year, facing numerous challenges and dangers.

Applying spatial analysis and mapping techniques within a network of scientists, practitioners and policymakers, I provide scientific evidence to develop effective conservation measures where and when they are required.”

Find out more about the turtle dove here: RSPB Turtle dove

An equal world is an enabled world.
#IWD2020  #EachforEqual

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