About Me

My name is Sarah Bell. I am currently working towards my PhD at Oxford Brookes University in Oxford, UK studying human-perceptions of wildlife in a post-Ebola landscape in Sierra Leone. I also have my Masters of Science in Primate Conservation from Oxford Brookes Β and my Bachelors of Science in Anthropology with a Minor in Journalism from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. I love all wild life and wild spaces, and most of all, I want to preserve them.

This blog will be dedicated to conservation education, science and animal related news, and my personal journey to serve as a guide for those who will come behind me.

To follow my journey to the jungle find the category on the left-hand side of the page titled “My Journey.”

Not all photos are mine and although many are courtesy of the respective artists on Flickr Creative Commons. I still respect your choice, so if you find one of your pictures and would like it taken down, simply ask and it will be done.

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27 thoughts on “About Me”

  1. HI,
    Thanks for following my blog. You wouldn’t believe (or perhaps you would!) how many conservation issues there are in India. Hopefully the younger generation here will get involved and do something about them!
    Dorinda

  2. Hi! I’m a journalism student, too! My concentration is in Social Sciences. I also love animals and nature, so we have that in common, too! What year are you in? I’m a junior.

  3. Thanks for visiting my blog,liking my post and leaving a lovely comment. I appreciate what you are doing. I have browsed through your blog and I love the posts you have written. As it is being a student, working and blogging takes a lot of time, but I really admire the way you have presented your posts. Education is important and spreading the word about what you feel is important takes a lot of determination and hard work. My best wishes for your success and your noble mission of conservation education. Take care.

  4. I love your enthusiasm for wildlife and conservation, your tales from Borneo are inspirational. Keep it up! πŸ™‚ And thanks for following my blog, it’s much appreciated!

      1. Haha, well then I wish you the best of luck! I’m sure with your passion you’ll have no problems finding the right support πŸ™‚

  5. Hi Sarah, thanks for introducing yourself by following our site. We look forward to exploring yours and hearing more about your Borneo experience. What a fantastic opprtunity! (You can read about one of our colleague’s experiences in Borneo here:
    http://raxacollective.wordpress.com/2011/09/10/borneoculars-observations-from-a-scientific-expedition-in-borneo/)
    If you’re on facebook we invite you to visit the RAXA Collective page as well. See you there!

  6. Sarah – A great website overall and a wonderful series of blogs! I signed up to follow so I can keep reading your posts.

  7. Hi are using WordPress for your site platform? I’m new to the blog world but I’m trying to get started and
    create my own. Do you require any coding expertise to make your own blog?

    Any help would be really appreciated!

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