Sarah Neill

Hi my name is Sarah Neill and I am new to the WildHub community.
Sarah Neill

I am a marine biologist and expeditioner with a passion for anything that swims! Having gained extensive experience in marine conservation worldwide, from surveying marine mammals to the rescue and rehabilitation of marine life, I became a regional coordinator for both the Sea Watch Foundation and British Divers Marine Life Rescue and sit on the board of the International Otter Survival Fund. I am currently lecturing at Kendal College, where we operate a wildlife rescue and rehabilitation centre and admit a wide variety of wildlife casualties, including aquatic species. I was recently appointed the Marine Life Species Leader for Project Wild Gambia. Here I coordinate marine research field trips and oversee their research in my specialist areas, including surveying the Atlantic humpback dolphin and sea turtle rehabilitation. I am a qualified scientific diver and co-leader of the whale research program for Sedna Epic Expeditions, focusing on studying the behaviour of killer whales in the High Arctic!

You can read my full background here: http://littleone248.wixsite.com

Looking forward to being a part of the WildHub community. 

Comments

Go to the profile of Lara Reden
about 1 month ago

Welcome to the platform, Sarah! Would you also add this intro to the new members' room?

Go to the profile of Thirza Loffeld
about 1 month ago

A warm welcome to WildHub, Sarah! Lovely to have you join us and please spread the word about our community to your professional networks and students, they are all welcome!