My name is Madi and I'm a behavioural ecologist and science communicator from South Wales, UK.
My passion and curiosity for the natural world has lead me to document wildlife and conduct research all over the world. From filming African Elephants in Kenya, to working alongside Nat Geo and BBC filmmakers documenting the largest animal on the planet - the Blue Whale. I am a public speaker for The Wildlife Trusts and an Environmental Engagement Officer for my local council.
My scientific background is varied, from food sharing behaviours in Otters, alliance behaviours in Bottlenose Dolphins and the Plains Zebra, to Wolbachia prevalence in the Drosophila.
I am a conservationist and passionate science communicator, with a fierce dive to promote and bridge the gap between the general public and academia!
I am supported by Earth Minutes as a representative and will soon be undertaking an Earth Live Lesson with Lizzie Daly. You can see more of my affiliations and work on my Media page.
My passion for the natural world has always been immense. It drives all of my choices and experiences in life, I just can't get enough of it.
Madison Bowden-Parry, Behavioural ecologist
MSc Evolutionary and Behavioural ecology
5+ years of higher education, international research and field experience with renowned non-profits
Science Communicator and Environmental Engagement Officer
Public Speaker for The Wildlife Trusts
Commissioned Photographer, worked alongside BBC and Nat Geo Filmmakers
PADI Rescue Diver with 4+ specialities
RYA Powerboat Level 2 Handling Certification
3 years experience as a Marine Wildlife Guide with up-to-date ENG 1 Seafarer Medical
Marine Mammal Medic and Necropsy Technician with over 4 years experience in large animal care
Combined Otter Ecology, Survey with Development and Mitigation qualified