Holly O’Donnell


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Holly O’Donnell
FULL ACEER CONSERVATION FELLOW

Holly O’Donnell is a conservation biologist with a passion for tropical rainforests and understudied species. She worked for two years in remote Peruvian Amazon collecting baseline data and carrying out rapid assessment surveys of large mammal species for an NGO. Holly now returns seasonally to Peru as an Expedition Guide, where her focus is on mammals and reptiles. She is also based at the WildCRU, University of Oxford where she has been working as a research assistant since completing their Post Graduate Diploma in International Wildlife Conservation in 2017. Holly is in the process of planning a PhD where she hopes to combine her passion for conserving the Amazon rainforest with her interests in understudied species and unexplored habitats. 


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