Brendan Moyle is a conservationist from New Zealand. Long ago, he used to study tiny pseudoscorpions as a zoologist. He got a PhD in economics because it was rather obvious that a lot of conservation problems were driven by economics. So far he’s worked on parrots, crocodiles and butterflies. About two years ago he got more involved with tigers. Other talents include avoiding being eaten by large carnivorous animals, poisoned by small venomous creatures and being shot or blown up by irate locals. Sometimes he misses studying tiny pseudoscorpions.