About Wildlife Channel
Wildlife Channel aims to inspire audiences to discover the beauty of the natural world. Using written and visual storytelling, we want to engage people with the incredible biodiversity found across the planet, and educate about the current threats that it faces. Be sure to keep up to date with all things wildlife on our website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.
Emma CatonFounder | Zoologist | Writer | Producer | Presenter
Emma is a zoologist and science communicator with a life-long passion for wildlife. Since a very young age, she always loved exploring the great outdoors. Some of her fondest childhood memories involve crouching over rocks pools for hours on end during summer holidays in Cornwall, just to discover the fascinating world living below the surface. Her fascination with the natural world led to her gaining a BSc honours degree in Zoology from the University of Leeds and a Masters degree in Ecology, Evolution & Conservation from Imperial College London. Since graduating, Emma has worked as a conservation biologist studying the impacts of invasive species in the Galápagos Islands. She also spent 6 months rewilding giant Aldabra tortoises on Round Island - an uninhabited island 23km off the coast of Mauritius. Emma's biggest passion is to share stories about wildlife from across the world through writing, filmmaking and photography. She currently works as the Communications Coordinator for the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust based on the island of Jersey in the English Channel. Previously, she has worked as a documentary researcher for the BBC's science department, a science writer for a popular science magazine and has produced and presenter her own hour-long, weekly wildlife show on Leeds Student Radio. Get in touch at email@example.com