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victoria@visionwild.co.uk

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Victoria Price BSc(Hons) MSc DIC

Based in Cambridge UK, I am a wildlife conservation expert, trained in conservation science and with over 10 years working in the conservation sector with groups all over the world.

 

 

 

As a qualified project manager, I have led multiple projects focused on delivering, biodiversity and social outcomes.

 

Originally coming from a background in the UK conservation sector, my particular interest is applying best-practice management in a pragmatic way, finding workable solutions for people on the ground, wherever that may be.

 

 

 

Projects I have been involved in typically focus on community-centred approaches, with an emphasis on integrating social science. For example, my past research involved working with local communities to understand how fruit farming small-holders perceived the damage caused by wildlife, and what implications this had for the conservation of threatened species as well as management of tree crops.

 

 

 

I know what donors look for; I have over four years experience as a grant manager for a number of conservation funding mechanisms; including the Flagship Species Fund (an initiative supported by Defra) and, the Rapid Response Facility (an emergency fund for UNESCO Natural World Heritage sites). In addition, I have reviewed grant proposals for multiple international foundations and government bodies, and continue to do so.

 

 

 

Project monitoring is an essential element of any project and is the key to winning and sustaining donor investment. As a co-author of a manual on biodiversity monitoring (aimed at small to medium-sized conservation projects), my approach to project monitoring is pragmatic and simple. I help teams to demonstrate success whilst maximising affordability and minimising time spent on non-essential data-collection. I work with teams to identify simple and powerful ways to demonstrate project impact, which are always relevant to the size of the project. 

I have a special interest in rewilding landscapes in the UK and Europe, where my background in the international and UK conservation sectors cross over.

 

EXPERT IN PROJECT DESIGN 

WORKING WITH COMMUNITIES

EXAMPLES OF SUCCESS

INCREASE YOUR FUNDING

MORE INFORMATION> 

To find out more about specific projects I've been involved in recently visit my blog, download my CV or contact me to see how I can help you with your projects. 

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DOWNLOAD C.V.

Learn more about my background and experience

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LATEST PROJECT

During my latest mission to Zambia, I led the development of a new 5-year organisational strategy

Vulture

VISIT BLOG

Latest; 5 things all conservation projects should be doing

SELECTED RESOURCES & PUBLICATIONS> 

Below are a selection of publications which I recommend and which I have contributed to, co-authored or reviewed.

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REPORT

Wildlife comeback in Europe: An overview of changes in abundance and distribution of selected wildlife species in Europe for the period 1960-2010

EUROPE

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MANUAL

PRISM: Toolkit for evaluating the outcomes and impacts of small/medium-sized conservation projects

WORLDWIDE

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MANUAL

Strategy Development for Wildlife Conservation

WORLDWIDE