Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Research without interference. Yes please!

A big shout out goes to Kirsty Medcalf who's jetting off to Canada to do research with OrcaLab. She's going to be living out in the wilderness, where she will no doubt experience some extremely cold conditions. So we thought we'd help her out a little by donating a Snugpak sleeping bag for her placement.

Kirsty has been studying at Plymouth University doing a BSC in Wildlife Conservation. OrcaLab isn't just any Wildlife Research organisation however, their philosophy is "research without interference". Which first of all means the wildlife that surrounds them can live their day to day lives without any obstructions from intrusive research, plus it also means results from the research will be that more accurate because of the lack of interference with the natural world.

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