Natalia new here

Conservationist and wildlife veterinarian
Natalia new here
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Hello WildHub community!

My name is Natalia Rozniewska. I'm veterinarian from Poland, currently studying a postgraduate master course in Conservation Medicine at the University of Edinburgh and working in France.

I'm passionate about wildlife health and biodiversity conservation. I've worked for Antillean Manatee Reintroduction Project in Guadeloupe. I am also managing the association Capture and Release: Capture Images, Release Species. We are helping wildlife reintroduction projects with awareness-raising and education by creation of quality audio-visual content that engages the audience and raises emotions through storytelling. We do documentary films, short videos, photography, music composition, voice off. Furthermore, we do veterinary scientific research and disease risk analysis.

You can learn more about our association here www.captureandrelease.org

I look forward to exchange and learn from you!

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Go to the profile of Lize Gibson-Hall
2 months ago

A warm welcome to the community Natalia. Your experience sounds amazing please feel free to share any upcoming projects with us!. Feel free to check out our upcoming socials where you can connect with other members. If you have any questions at all please get in contact or see the Q and A board here :) Lize 

Go to the profile of Natalia Rożniewska
2 months ago

Thank you!

Go to the profile of Lize Gibson-Hall
2 months ago

Also feel free to add a banner image on this post so more members can see it. For more info on how to do this please see the video here or ask!

Go to the profile of Lara Reden
2 months ago

Welcome to WildHub, Natalia! 

Go to the profile of Thirza Loffeld
14 days ago

A warm welcome to WildHub, Natalia! I look forward to learning from your expertise, especially regarding your lessons learned whilst working on the Antillean Manatee Reintroduction Project in Guadeloupe. Would you be able to share these lessons learned with the WildHub community perhaps? Please also see our Contributor guidelines here for tips :)