Ros Green

Ros Green

Job Description

Licensing Assistant

Role

Ros works in the Licensing section of the Ringing and Nest Recording Team. She deals with the licensing of bird ringers - assessing applications, issuing C and A permits, Schedule 1 permits and doing the basic administration of special methods projects.

Qualifications

BSc (Hons) Zoology with Animal Behaviour, Bangor University, 2011-2014, 1st Class.
A permit bird ringer, 2016.

Interests & Responsibilities

Ros has been an avid bird ringer since 2012, gaining experience with passerines, non-passerines, seabirds, waders, mist netting, whoosh netting, cannon-netting, special methods, Schedule 1 species, CES, RAS, ringing expeditions, bird observatories and ringing in foreign schemes. Her ornithological work has led to her working in Australia and New Zealand as well as England, Scotland and Wales. Since graduating in 2014, she has monitored seabirds on Skomer Island (Pembrokeshire) for three seasons and worked in the Southern Hemisphere October-March studying passerines and seabirds.

Ros is an active ringer, training for her cannon-net endorsement and is hoping to gain a training endorsement soon. Her ringing experience is broad, covering most endorsement types, species groups, ringing techniques and catching methods.

Other publications

Stubbings, E.M., Büche, B.I., Miquel Riera, E., Green, R.M. & Wood, M.J. 2016. Seabird monitoring on Skomer Island in 2016. JNCC Report.
Stubbings, E.M., Büche, B.I., Miquel Riera, E., Green, R.M. & Wood, M.J. 2015. Seabird monitoring on Skomer Island in 2015. JNCC Report.
Stubbings, E.M., Büche, B.I., Wilson, A.,Green, R.M. & Wood, M.J. 2014. Skomer Seabird Report. Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales.