Contact Dr. WILLIAM feeney

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Cambridge
United Kingdom

William E Feeney is a field biologist based between the University of Cambridge (UK) and the University of Queenlsand (AUS). His research focuses on understanding why animals are the way they are, and do the things they do.

Opportunities

You should definitely check this page out if you're keen on joining my lab. I'll post opportunities here as they become available... So watch this space!

William E Feeney is a field biologist based between the University of Cambridge (UK) and the University of Queenlsand (AUS). His research focuses on understanding why animals are the way they are, and do the things they do.

A newly hatched little bronze-cuckoo (photo: James Kennerley).

A newly hatched little bronze-cuckoo (photo: James Kennerley).

A juvenile brush cuckoo being weighed (photo: Lacey Clarke).

A juvenile brush cuckoo being weighed (photo: Lacey Clarke).

An adult white-browed scrubwren (right) feeding a fledgling fan-tailed cuckoo (left) (photo: Cameryn Brock)

An adult white-browed scrubwren (right) feeding a fledgling fan-tailed cuckoo (left) (photo: Cameryn Brock)

The 2016/2017 crew (from back left to front right): Colleen Poje, Miles Scheuering, Will Feeney, James Kennerley, Lacey Clarke, Tom Ryan.

The 2016/2017 crew (from back left to front right): Colleen Poje, Miles Scheuering, Will Feeney, James Kennerley, Lacey Clarke, Tom Ryan.

If you are interested in becoming involved (either as a volunteer, student or collaborator), or would like more information about my research, I'd recommend you check out this website, our Instagram (@samsonvalebirdproject) and / or contact me directly: w.feeney [at] uq.edu.au

 

Unfortunately, there are no current vacancies. Please check back soon or email me directly for any information about upcoming openings.


School of Biological Sciences
University of Queensland
St Lucia | Brisbane 4072
Australia