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Circle of Life project (“Dood doet Leven”)
ARK Nature is committed to the restoration of scavenger populations. Since 2008, they work with several partners on the Circle of Life (“Dood doet Leven”) project in the Netherlands, throwing a spotlight on the role of carcasses a ...
Supervisor: Frank van Langevelde, Patrick Jansen, Elke Wenting
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Internship at the Blue World Institute of Marine Research and Conservation: Marine ecology and conservation in the Adriatic Sea
The Blue World Institute of Marine Research and Conservation (BWI) works to protect the marine environment in the Adriatic Sea. BWI operates three programmes – research, education, and conservation. Research focuses mainly on  ...
Supervisor: Dr. Pim van Hooft
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Training animal athletes: how do flight training regimens and other husbandry activites influence flight performance?
Racing (or homing) pigeons are a sort of animal athletes. The flight performance of these birds depends on both their orientation abilities and their speed. Many aspects of a bird's life (e.g., age, experience, health status) and  ...
Supervisor: Kevin Matson
Fred de Boer

Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Behavioral and physiological effects of predation risk and anti-predator signaling
Start/end dates have some flexibility. In collaboration with University of Jyvaskyla, Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences, Konnevesi Research Station. Several possibilities including: I) Experiment foc ...
Supervisor: Kevin Matson
Marko Haapakoski
Hannu Yl�nen

Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Effects of flight and other physiological challenges on immune function in birds.
Racing (or homing) pigeons are a sort of animal athletes. We know in humans exercise can affect immune defense and possibly susceptibility to disease. Interest in connections between exercise/movement and disease ecology of animal ...
Supervisor: Kevin Matson
Henk Parmentier

Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Lizards and the island syndrome: are island lizards more fearless than their mainland relatives?
Start/end dates have some flexibility. Island animals often differ from their closest relatives on the mainland in characteristic ways (e.g., reduced dispersal, reduced reproductive output, etc.). These differences have been te ...
Supervisor: Kevin Matson

Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Diet and breeding ecology of the common kingfisher in the Netherlands (includes lab work)
The number of breeding common kingfishers in the Netherlands is fluctuating to a large extent; its success is largely dependent on the severity of winters. In harsh winters many birds can die. Good water quality with abundant fish ...
Supervisor: Anouschka Hof (Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Group), Mardik Leopold (Wageningen Marine Research), Jelle Harder (Ijsvogelwerkgroep)
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Isolation by distance in the cooperatively breeding acorn woodpecker
Dispersal is a key stage in the life-history of many organisms, but because it is difficult to study permanent relocation of individuals, dispersal remains poorly understood. In particular, dispersal is thought to be a key factor  ...
Supervisor: Kevin Matson (WUR)
Hannah Dugdale (Leeds)

Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Various msc-projects in Ecuador (Amazon Regional University, IKIAM)
The Resource Ecology Group is collaborating with IKIAM university (Tena, Ecuador) in supervising MSc research projects. Various interesting projects have been conducted in the last couple of years. It is possible to do a MSc proje ...
Supervisor: Pim van Hooft
Yntze van der Hoek (Ecuador)

Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
Bardiya NP, Nepal: effects of river tunnelling on rhino grasslands (focusing on aquatic macro invertebrate fauna)
In the western part of Nepal, the Government of Nepal (GoN) wishes to connect the Bheri River (at present a subsidiary river leading into the Karnali River) with the Babai River. The GoN executes this plan by driving a tunnel thro ...
Supervisor: Dr. Joost de Jong
Department: Wildlife Ecology and Conservation group
 
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