I recently integrated into the D.E.E.P. lab as a PhD student. Having previously graduated from a Masters degree in ecology and conservation biology in France. Within my Masters degree I carried projects in diverse thematics, such as the behaviour and conservation of black howler monkeys in fragmented forests of Mexico, the societal-environmental assessment of the wolf’s return in France, and the evaluation of population viability for a critically endangered Tahiti bird (translocation project). As a passionate naturalist, I spent 10 months of bird-watching throughout New Zealand and I am now focusing on my PhD, with this project researching the impact of land-use on birds distribution.