Natasha Gillies (pictured, and "Tash" to most) is researching the movement decisions and navigation in Wandering Albatrosses.
Tash, from the University of Liverpool, recently wrote an article for The Conversation - "Climate Change is making monogamous albatrosses divorce - new research".
She is also a part of the Seabird Ecology Group at the university known as "SEGUL".
Tash has a particular interest in how our warming oceans are impacting the "divorce rate" among usually monogamous albatrosses.
Enjoy "Music for a Warming World".