Felix Clarke is a PhD researcher in Human Geography at the University of Edinburgh whose work is concerned with human/non-human animal relations. He is particularly interested in the political ecology of biodiversity conservation in the global north. His current work focuses on the cultural, political, social and ecological implications of wildlife reintroductions as a conservation strategy. He has previously worked on projects relating to Urban Horticulture in the UK at the University of Sheffield. Outside of academia Felix is an avid amateur ornithologist.