Ruth Feber

Zoology Research Fellow

I work with the Wildlife Conservation Research Unit (WildCRU), part of the Biology Department at Oxford University, studying the ecology of farmland wildlife. My research career began on the University’s farm at Wytham, Oxford, looking at how field margin management can benefit butterflies. Since then, I have been fortunate enough to work on different farms and landscapes, and on a range of wild species and their habitats. I hope that our research can help provide evidence to support farmers in their important work. Nature-friendly farming makes a huge difference for wildlife, bringing benefits for people and the environment.

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