Well, I think we're all glad to start off a new year! There's no doubt that 202o has been long and hard, and I think we're all hoping that 2021 will bring some positivity and a gradual move away from the grief, damage and restrictions that this pandemic has caused over the past year or so.
Having said that, it's been a very cold start to the year (the coldest January since 2010!), with a handful of snowy days over the past two months. The local wildlife has been fairly quiet, occasionally making a feature in the garden or on local walks, feeding on the scarce food available through a frosty January and February.
As part of Oxford for East England outreach consortium's "Springboard" access project, I produced a 15 minute super-curricular lecture on evolutionary sexual conflict. Watch the talk below!:
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