Charlie Woodrow

About Me

I am a PhD student currently studying the anatomy and function of insect hearing systems, with a background and persistent interest in zoology and disease ecology. My other research interests include comparative anatomy and function, evolutionary ecology, and animal communication, but pretty much anything wildlife related gets my science excitement going. I enjoy birding, and working towards a ringer permit. When not researching, I like photography, illustration, and getting lost in Sci-comm books.

Click below to read articles from Charlie on Ecology for the Masses.

Bog Off! Why Is Peat Still Being Sold In Garden Composts?

Polly Want A City? Population Boom Sparks Call For Cull Of London’s Invasive Parakeets