WildHub Wind Down Quiz

Put your conservation and wildlife knowledge to the test on Thursday June 18th from 6pm (BST) and have fun playing against your fellow WildHub members.

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Grab a drink and snacks and come join us for the WildHub Wind Down Quiz with your fellow community members. This event is part of the 4 day online WildHub Festival (15th - 18th June) celebrating community, innovation and our conservation achievements!

When? June 18th 6-7pm BST. 

To register for the quiz please click here, spaces are limited so don't delay, sign up and join us!

This wildlife quiz is designed & hosted by WildHub member Dr. Louisa Richmond-Coggan

Louisa Richmond-Coggan

Ecological Consultant , LRC Wildlife Conservation

I have nineteen years of international experience in the field of conservation both in situ and ex situ. From an early age I have been passionate and intrigued by the natural world. My love of African wildlife and the continent they live in has shaped the person I am today and in turn the direction my professional career has taken. From my first visit to Tanzania to my current work in Namibia I have come to understand the multifaceted relationship between wildlife and people. It cannot be denied that people are the root cause of a species decline but they are also the key to a species survival as well; this is my focus. Every one of my projects has grown my understanding of this relationship. I do this by taking the time to sit and talk to the people who are impacted by wildlife in order to generate real world solutions. As a conservation scientist I believe we should always be asking the key question ‘How can people and wildlife coexist?’ In 2016, I realised that to establish practices which affect real conservation results in time frames that address challenges before they become irretrievable, conservationist need to be more innovative, flexible and collaborative in their approach than we have traditionally been. My solution to this was to become an independent ecological consultant, able to work where and when I was required and, crucially, with all stakeholders and not just the ones my views were aligned with and in 2017 I started LRC Wildlife Conservation.
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