Grants and Awards

Supporting my PhD

 

Australian Geographic Project Sponsorship “The web of death: Evaluating the effects of carrion on vulnerable alpine ecological communities in Australia” ($1,500).

National Environmental Science Programme (Threatened Species Recovery Hub) “Can artificially distributed carcasses curb the cat threat and save the endangered night parrot (Pezoporus occidentalis)? A research project at Ethabuka Reserve, Queensland” ($90,000).

The Australia & Pacific Science Foundation Grant “Fighting over the scarps: predator interactions at carcass sites” ($34,440).

Margaret Middleton Fund Award for endangered Australian Native vertebrate animals “Does predation threaten the endangered night parrot (Pezoporus occidentalis)” ($14,765).

Holsworth Wildlife Research Endowment “Fighting over the scraps: scavenger interactions and the indirect effects of carrion” ($5,000).

Holsworth Wildlife Research Endowment “Fighting over the scraps: scavenger interactions and the indirect effects of carrion” ($6,010)

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