Previously, I worked on my PhD at Manchester Metropolitan University. My research site was in Lambusango forest, Buton, Southeast Sulawesi from 2005-2007. The aim was to understand the community patterns of birds and butterflies in Lambusango forest. Currently, I am working at a Research Center associated at a university, focusing on climate change. My research interest is on the response of wildlife to climate change and linking biodiversity to climate change.

For my personal and work interest, I like exploring wildlife ecology research design (sampling design) and methodology, wildlife-habitat relationship (particularly birds and butterflies) and pheasant ecology as I believe that…

“Nature provides so much to learn and science stitch everything together”