A story by Nadia Drake in The Atlantic, about our face-to-face encounter with a jaguar during a research expedition to the remotest part of the Peruvian Amazon.
We made a research expedition to Candamo, an intermontane valley in the Peruvian Amazon. Watch below our short video as the first recap of our trip.
An ANU article about our study in Nature Conservation dealing with breeding success of macaws in the Peruvian Amazon.
Elizabeth Devitt, from Mongabay interviewed me about my PhD research.
When a massive road project connected the ports of Brazil to the shipping docks of Peru in 2011, spanning the South American continent, conservationists predicted widespread impacts on wildlife living along the route that stretches almost 5,500 kilometers (about 3,400 miles). Roads are a well-documented source of habitat fragmentation, interfering with access to available habitat for many terrestrial and tree-dwelling species. However, it wasn’t clear whether or not birds are able to fly over these barriers. George Olah, a biologist from the Australian National University, set out to see if they can...
Postdoc in conservation genetics @ The Australian National University