I am a wildlife ecologist and love spend time doing field work to identify important factors affecting the distribution and abundance of wildlife populations. I use this knowledge to develop and implement ecologically based solutions to the challenges of conserving endangered native wildlife and mitigating impacts of invasive species.
My study sites range from cereal crop fields, to desert, rainforests and offshore islands in Australia and Asia. My research projects are in conservation biology, ecology of mammals, behavioral ecology of vertebrates, and predator-prey relationships in vertebrates. I extensively use camera traps to study wildlife species diversity and abundance.