James Borrell

James Borrell’s aim is to encourage aspiring conservationists. His first experience of expeditions was a month spent in the rainforests of Madagascar at the age of 17. Subsequently he has been involved with several further expeditions, conducted research in South Africa and Finnish Lapland, sailed the Atlantic Ocean and travelled over land from London to Istanbul and through the Caucasus in search of Europe’s Wild Places. James’s main research interests are the effects of habitat fragmentation on the conservation of rare species. James has just completed a Year of Citizen Science. Find more information on his activities at http://www.jamesborrell.com/