Ádám is a PhD student at the University of Debrecen interested in breeding ecology, and conservation biology in shorebirds, particularly species that breed in agricultural habitats. His favourite is the Collared Pratincole, an endangered species in Hungary, which is a typical colonially breeder in agricultural enviroment.
His interest about this species was began before he started his university studies. MSc thesis was on nest-site selection of Collared Pratincole in Hungary. Ádám started work at the Hortobágy National Park Directorate in 2013 after graduating at the University of Debrecen, and currently he’s working as a park ranger in the Nagykunság region. His important mission to find breeding shorebird colonies which develop in agricultural fields and organize their preservation. Ádám has been collecting data about breeding and migrating shorebirds at the paddy field systems in Nagykunság region since 2005.