Hagen Metzing O'Neill a PhD student in our Research Group has just returned from his fourth round of fieldwork on the Isle of Ulva in Scotland. Hagen's project investigates how red deer are utilising the island with regards to tourism induced disturbance, both diurnally and seasonally. Additionally, Hagen is examining how the efficacy of red deer as a suitable grazer for the maintenance of biodiverse short sward grasslands compared to the traditional sheep breeds found in the Herbrides. For a short video and more information on Hagen's project click here.
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