Waiting, waiting, waiting. Documentaries tend to show explorers and naturalists chasing wildlife down to get a good glimpse. But more often than not, sitting still is just as good a strategy. And so we sat under the bromeliads and waited. First silence. Then came the twittering, scratching, cooing chorus of the Atlantic forest. We were waiting for …
Bullsh*t, I swore gently under my breath. There’s just no way. That’s how one of the most interesting discoveries of my PhD began. A little bit of coarse language and a healthy dose of skepticism. I’d just received an email. Apparently an ecologist, in the course of their daily round of noticing things that normal people don’t notice, …
Introducing two very, very cool little critters from south-east Australia that you might not have met yet.
In August I had the absolute pleasure of hosting a road ecology symposium at the ICCB-ECCB, an international conference on conservation biology.
A professional network dedicated to the research, design and implementation of environmentally-sensitive linear infrastructure across Australasia
The most common question I get about wildlife crossing structures – ‘How do you teach them how to use it?’
This post is to open up the field of road ecology to people who might not be familiar with it. Mum, please pay attention.