Catherine works as an Agricultural Advice Project Manager at the RSPB on Farm Wildlife, a partnership of conservation and farming organisations working together to provide best-practice management advice for wildlife on farmland. After studying host-parasite interactions in bumblebees for her PhD. Research, Catherine worked at the University of Leeds on the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology (CEH) led Pollinator Monitoring Scheme (PoMS). Catherine is fascinated by beneficial insects, such as pollinators, and other invertebrates and is an enthusiastic supporter of citizen science, practical volunteering, and monitoring wildlife.
Join a Farm Wildlife outdoor farm walk to learn about pollinators on your farm and how to record them using the UK Centre for Ecology and Hydrology (CEH) Pollinator Monitoring Scheme (PoMS) Flower-Insect Timed (FIT) Counts. Farm Wildlife partners from RSPB, Bumblebee Conservation Trust, Buglife and Butterfly Conservation will help you to identify pollinating insects, […]
Meet ADAS scientists and Farm Wildlife entomologists at the demonstration tent and learn to recognise some key farmland invertebrates from the ADAS and RSPB specimen collections. Then take a stroll with RSPB’s Dr Catherine M. Jones, Bex Cartwright from Bumblebee Conservation Trust, Rachel Richards from Buglife, and ADAS entomologists Elysia Bartel, Samuel Telling, Eleanor Dearlove […]