Freda Fengyi Guo
I’m a conservation ecologist interested in ecological principles and applying them to conservation practices. My research interests cover a wide range of conservation-related topics including the stopover ecology of migratory birds and the conservation implications, species’ regional movement patterns and community structures in fragmented habitats, as well as impacts of China’s emerging ecotourism on conservation.
Prior to Princeton, I completed my BSc and MPhil degrees at the University of Hong Kong. For my MPhil, I studied interactive effects between climate and land-use change on species elevational range shifts, and behavioral thermal constraints on global ants’ distributions. I enjoy reading, hiking, photography, and Chinese calligraphy. I’m also a Spurs fan in case you want to talk about basketball :)