Dr Caroline Bulman is the Head of Species Ecology at Butterfly Conservation and has worked for the charity since 2001 following the completion of her PhD on the Marsh Fritillary butterfly. Much of her work has focused on the development and implementation of conservation projects for priority species of butterflies and moths. Caroline works within the science team and is currently responsible for developing applied research projects.
Caroline writes in every issue of British Wildlife as co-author of the butterflies column in the wildlife reports.
|British Wildlife 27.2 December 2015||111-122||Conserving Britain's fastest-declining butterfly|
|British Wildlife 24.6 August 2013||408-417||Conserving the Marsh Fritillary across the UK – lessons for landscape-scale conservation|
|British Wildlife 31.3 February 2020||202-222||Wildlife reports|
|British Wildlife 31.2 December 2019||126-144||Wildlife reports|
|British Wildlife 31.1 October 2019||47-67||Wildlife reports|
|British Wildlife 30.6 August 2019||434-456||Wildlife reports|
|British Wildlife 30.5 June 2019||361-380||Wildlife reports|
|British Wildlife 30.4 April 2019||278-299||Wildlife reports|