Final weeks away.

I can’t believe how fast my time at Royal Holloway has gone. I now have less than a month before I’ll be flying home. With deadlines […]

I'm coming for you, NAU!

In a week’s time I will be jumping on a plane out of Adelaide to explore LA with my best friend for a few days, before […]

Fiji Time - Part 2

Welcome to week 2 of my Fiji Trip, I know it is long, but it is well worth the read 🙂 To get to our second […]

Fiji Time - Part 1

Last month 10 students, including myself, from Flinders University had the opportunity to travel to Fiji under the New Columbo Mobility Plan. This scholarship was funded […]

Return from Fiji

The trip to Fiji was definitely a learning experience! Whilst I was there I was collecting my data for my honours project, and this would now be the second time I have done my own project. I thought that this time around, I would have all the ‘problems’ sorted before I began my data collection. I thought that all of my methodology would be figured out and fool-proof. But when I arrived to Fiji, it was raining and there were no bees flying about! Because of this, I had to completely do a 360 and re-do my methods.

Upcoming Fiji Research Trip

This year I am undertaking my Honours in Animal Behaviour. I have developed a project looking at plant-pollinator networks in Fiji, and their differences in vulnerability to disturbances (ie. climate change and introduced species) between highland and lowland networks. I will be in Fiji for 3 weeks total, travelling to two highland locations (both quite remote) and two lowland locations.