The Conservation, Evolution and Behaviour group at Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) actively work towards understanding how wildlife and humans can coexist in harmony. Our researchers are active across Africa, Southeast Asia and South America but we also work closer to home on issues such as habitat fragmentation, salt marsh restoration and the impact of windfarms and noise pollution on wildlife. For more information please visit our group Website.

Thank you for your interest in our group’s blogs! We hope to use these blogs as a platform to engage the public, students and the wider research community in what we do here at MMU. Please feel free to have a look around our site to see what we have been up to. If you would like to contact us about our work then you can find the contact details for all our details for all our researchers through this link. Alternatively, we encourage discussion on our blogs and through social media, so don’t hesitate to get involved!