Media

Radio:

3rd June 2021: Research under the NSW Governments mouse control package takes a step in the right direction. 92.9fm Regional News.

6th December 2021: Interview with Warren Andrew on Joy FM Radio

1st December 2021: Interview with Roderick Chambers for The Wire, 2SeR Radio

28th November 2017, 1.05pm: Alan Hickey on Adelaide’s 5AA Radio Afternoons, talking about our research showing that exotic predators smell different to native ones (Carthey et al. 2017, Scientific Reports), and why cats are especially dangerous to native wildlife

28th November 2017, 9am: Wendy Harmer on ABC Radio Mornings, talking about our research showing that exotic predators smell different to native ones (Carthey et al. 2017, Scientific Reports), and why cats are especially dangerous to native wildlife

27th November 2017, 9.30pm: Chris Bath on ABC Radio Evenings, talking about our research showing that exotic predators smell different to native ones (Carthey et al. 2017, Scientific Reports), and why cats are especially dangerous to native wildlife

27th November 2017: featured on 2SER Community Radio News, talking about our research showing that exotic predators smell different to native ones (Carthey et al. 2017, Scientific Reports), and why cats are especially dangerous to native wildlife

June 2016: Research on bandicoot naivety featured on ABC Hobart’s Drive Radio.

June 2016: Research on bandicoot naivety featured on NY Science Friday Radio segment.

June 2016: Research on bandicoot naivety featured on Mornings with Robbie Buck, ABC 702 Sydney.

11th March 2012: ‘Native like a fox’, Radio National: Off Track.

9th March 2012: Interview with Beth Askham, 3CR Community Radio: Lost in Science.

29th February 2012: Interview with Isabelle Genoux, Radio Australia.

20th February 2012: ‘Are dingoes native to Australia? Bandicoots answer the question’, Radio National: Bush Telegraph.

Telecast:

30th November: Channel 10 News First Sydney.

Presentations:

2021: Presenter, Earth Optimism Soapbox Science Event. Taronga Zoo Conservation Society and the Society for Conservation Biology Oceania.

2017: Presenter, Sydney Science Festival at the Australian Museum during National Science Week.

Print & Online:

7th April 2022: The wildlife researcher creating biodegradable flat-pack homes for animals following bushfires. BBC Wildlife Magazines. https://www.pressreader.com/uk/bbc-wildlife-magazine/20220407/281852942076327

1st December 2021: The Lighthouse “Flat-pack pods give wildlife a post-bushfire fighting chance” Macquarie University. https://lighthouse.mq.edu.au/article/december-2021/Flat-pack-pods-give-wildlife-a-post-bushfire-fighting-chance

2021: Friends of Lane Cove National Park Bushcare newsletter. “Habitat pods to help wildlife post-fire”

1st December 2021: These new ‘flat-pack’ homes are made to protect wildlife from bushfire aftermath. Australian Geographic. https://www.australiangeographic.com.au/news/2021/12/these-new-flat-pack-homes-are-made-to-protect-wildlife-from-bushfires/

30th November 2021: ‘Scientists build six-bedroom cardboard homes for Aussie animals after devastating bushfire – and they’ve got water views Sydneysiders would die for’. Daily Mail.

30th November 2021: ‘Biodegradable ‘flat-pack’ homes to help wildlife survive after bushfires’. Mirage News.

30th November 2021: ‘High hopes for cardboard housing estate’. The West Australian.

30th November 2021: ‘High hopes for cardboard housing estate’. Riverine Herald.

30th November 2021: ‘High hopes for cardboard housing estate’. Northern Beaches Review.

19th August: The Conversation “Some animals have excellent tricks to evade bushfire. But flames might be reaching more animals naive to the dangers” https://theconversation.com/some-animals-have-excellent-tricks-to-evade-bushfire-but-flames-might-be-reaching-more-animals-naive-to-the-dangers-164894

June 2021: National Geographic Kids Magazine: Cool News.

3rd April 2021: ‘Five great new green innovations – from pop-up rodent tents to tyre dust traps’. The Guardian.

3rd April 2021: ‘Earth Optimism 2021 celebrates simple tech innovations to protect our natural world’. Design Boom.

7th June 2018: ‘In a conservation catch-22, efforts to save quolls might endanger them’. Science News.

30th January 2017: ‘Talking point: Cats should never be free to roam.’ The Hobart Mercury.

7th September 2016: ‘Historical coexistence with dingoes may explain bandicoot avoidance of domestic dogs.’ Science Daily.

21st February 2012: ‘Dingoes are native according to bandicoots.’ ABC Science News.

17th February 2012: ‘New way to determine natives.’ Science Alert.

17th February 2012: ‘Solving the native species conundrum.’ Science Illustrated.

17th February 2012: ‘Dreaded dingoes.’ The Daily Telegraph Newspaper, p.30.

16th February 2012: ‘Study suggests new method of identifying native species.’ PhysOrg.com.

February 2012: ‘What makes an animal native?’ Australian Geographic.

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