The Wildlife Channel

The Wildlife Channel is a multimedia website sharing amazing stories from the natural world.

Emma Caton

Founder | Zoologist | Writer | Producer | Presenter

Emma is a zoologist and science communicator who holds a BSc honours degree in Zoology from the University of Leeds and a Masters degree in Ecology, Evolution & Conservation from Imperial College London, based at the Natural History Museum. She has previously worked as a conservation biologist studying the impacts of invasive species in the Galápagos Islands and rewilding giant Aldabra tortoises on the uninhabited Round Island which lies 23km off the coast of Mauritius. Emma's other passion is to share stories from the natural world to enthuse people about the wonderful wildlife across the globe with as many people as possible through writing, filmmaking and presenting. She currently works full time communicating the latest scientific advancement for the international charity the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust. Previously she has worked as a documentary researcher for the BBC's science department, a science writer for a popular science magazine and has even produced and presenter her own hour-long, weekly wildlife show on Leeds Student Radio. If you would like to get in touch, please email me on

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