Urban wildlife

Urban owls are losing their homes. So we’re 3D printing them new ones

This article originally appeared in The Conversation, authored by Dan Parker, University of Melbourne; Bronwyn Isaac, Monash University; Kylie Soanes, University of Melbourne; Nick Bradsworth, Deakin University; Stanislav Roudavski, University of Melbourne, and Therésa Jones, University of Melbourne Nick Bradsworth, Author provided Native to southeastern Australia, the powerful owl (Ninox strenua) is threatened and facing … Continue reading

How did the squirrel glider’s genes cross the road? Wildlife crossing structures are no joke
Hume Highway wildlife crossings / Road ecology

How did the squirrel glider’s genes cross the road? Wildlife crossing structures are no joke

Originally posted on The Applied Ecologist's Blog:
Punchlines aside, in this blog Kylie Soanes shares insights from her recent article, Evaluating the success of wildlife crossing structures using genetic approaches and an experimental design: Lessons from a gliding mammal. Wildlife crossing structures are a common answer to the age-old question: ‘How did the animal cross…