BBC star supports Aberdeen Anthropology alumna's wildlife film

BBC star supports Aberdeen Anthropology alumna's wildlife film

An award-winning graduate of the University of Aberdeen is celebrating the success of her crowdfunding campaign after receiving an endorsement from BBC wildlife personality Chris Packham.

Lisa Marley, who graduated from the University of Aberdeen with an MA in Film and Anthropology (Class of 2013), is crowdfunding the film - Project Wolf - which will follow charity Trees for Life's experimental 'human wolf pack' through the Scottish Highlands. The wolf pack will examine how mimicking the disturbance effects of missing large predators would affect red deer populations in the Caledonian Forest, in an effort to limit their impact on new growth while grazing. Find out more here.