Michael Dunn

Michael Dunn

Seabird Ecologist and Antarctic Station Manage
United Kingdom

Michael Dunn, a seabird ecologist with the British Antarctic Survey, has spent the last two decades in the polar regions with 13 Antarctic deployments. Currently, his research focuses on monitoring the breeding and changing populations of a number of seabird species—including three species of penguin—at two Antarctic locations: Signy Island in the South Orkney Island group and Goudier Island, Port Lockroy. He is also the science manager for one of the UK’s Antarctic Research Stations and splits his time between working in the UK and living on a small Antarctic island which he shares with a handful of people and thousands of penguins and seals.

Michael Dunn on Viking.TV (1 )