Victoria de Bruyn

Field Scientist, Munyawana Leopard Project, South Africa

Originally from Australia, Victoria de Bruyn is one of Panthera’s field scientists currently conducting research for Panthera’s Munyawana Leopard Project in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. In 2003, Victoria joined Panthera as part of a holiday research program while studying biology at Melbourne’s Monash University, the research center through which Panthera’s Munyawana project is operated. This project quickly evolved into a full-time research position for Panthera which now involves the running of camera trap and ranch management surveys, remote fundraising, web design and many other field activities.