By Harry Ewing, PhD candidate in BIO Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @Ewing_birds Fieldwork can be both mentally and physically exhausting, but it can also yield enormously valuable and rewarding experiences. This blog post documents my first PhD field season, setting up a new study system in the wilds of Eastern England. Exploring The Brecks When people…
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