Dr Tom Moorhouse is a conservation research scientist who has worked for twenty years at the Wildlife Conservation Research Unit, part of Oxford University's Biology Department. His work has focussed on the conservation ecology of water voles, the management of signal crayfish, hedgehog conservation and the impacts of wildlife tourism. He is the author of Elegy for a River and also award-winning children's fiction. His latest book is Ghosts in the Hedgerow: A Hedgehog Whodunnit. He lives with his wife and daughter in Oxford.
5 Speakers, 15 Minutes Each - May 2023
From the roots of patriarchy to prodigious stories of women in tech; tales of hedgehogs, long lost families and a poetic coming of age - join us for 5x15 in May!