Geraldine Werhahn smiles at camera, standing against foliage

In April, Geraldine Werhahn won a prestigious Nature Conservation Award for her work on the Himalayan Wolves Project.

The Swiss wildlife biologist and conservationist is a Doctor of Philosophy researching the Himalayan wolf, a species that is found in the Himalayas and on the Tibetan Plateau. Werhahn is based at WildCRU, Wildlife Conservation Research Unit, at the Department of Zoology and LMH.

You can watch her speech accepting the Future For Nature Award from 29' here.