Birds and bats regulate pest populations in African cocoa farms
About the author
Crinan is a post-doc at the Swiss Ornithological Institute, having recently finished her PhD student at the University of Glasgow, Scotland. Over the past few years she has been studying birds in cocoa agroforests in Cameroon, trying to understand the effects of farm management on bird communities, the ecosystem services provided by birds, and balance between biodiversity and agricultural productivity. Crinan was also affiliated with the Institute of Biodiversity, Animal Health and Comparative Medicine, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK.