As a scientist and broadcaster Lizzie is heavily involved in giving her own wildlife talks and shows live. In 2016 Lizzie graduated from University of Exeter with a BSc in Animal Behaviour and went straight onto Bristol University to study a MSc in Biological Sciences studying electroreception in arthropods. Lizzie is also very proud to be an academic teaching and outreach fellow at Swansea University. With a life long passion to conserve elephants Lizzie has always had a research interest in elephant behaviour in order to better understand elephant movements across a changing landscape. She hopes to begin a PhD in elephant to human conflict in Kenya in 2019.
Lizzie has already presented shows at Swansea Science Festival, Norwich Science Festival, Wild Film Fest, Festival of Nature in Bristol and many more. From family shows on wild adaptations to evening talks on weird animal sex, Lizzie has a variety of experience in wildlife talks. In 2018 Lizzie was also asked to host the internationally recognised Panda Awards at Wildscreen. Lizzie has given presentations and wildlife talks as a naturalist on board ships while travelling across the Panama Canal, South America, Patagonia, Australia and New Zealand as well as giving talks to schools to raise money for the Jane Goodall Institute UK as an ambassador.
To learn more about Lizzie's experience in broadcasting, public speaking or in research have a browse through the website or to follow more of her adventures on her social media @LizzieDalyWildlife. If you are looking for talks and events coming up in 2019 check out my events page!