GIS specialist: Will Hughes
Updated: Nov 17, 2020
Will is an experienced Programme Leader and Lecturer working at Hadlow College. He completed his BSc (Hons) and MRes at the University of London. He has since gained a Professional Graduate Certificate in Education and Training with Canterbury Christchurch University. Will has a passion for helping people to learn about wildlife and the natural world by gaining practical experience in the field and through engaging with different forms of technology used in conservation. He has experience of leading and organising study tours to a diverse range of locations which include South Africa, Iceland, the Norwegian Arctic, and the Scottish Highlands. Will is currently engaged in support the mapping and distribution element of the Turtle Tally project and carries out other research activities with a range of organisations including Kent Wildlife Trust, Medway Valley Countryside Partnership, and the Mammal Society. He also acts as the Grants and Research Coordinator for Kent Mammal Group and is currently involved in a number of local wildlife population monitoring initiatives.
For information about Will's work please head to the Hadlow College page via the link: