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alicia burns
Behavioural Biologist . Interested in conservation and collective animal behaviour. New-found fan of brush turkeys
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Hugh Riminton Jun 22
The overlooked global criminal network - Dr Lydia Tong from unpeels the illegal wildlife trade. via
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Christos Ioannou Apr 9
Awesome new methods to study behaviour under risk - and in the wild! From Ashley Ward's group with Maud Kent, Risk balancing through selective use of social and physical information Check out the 3D model!
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Ben Pitcher Dec 24
Having for Christmas dinner? Don’t forget to log your sightings on Wingtags and BrushTurkeys
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Sydney Uni Media Oct 22
Have you spotted a brush turkey in your local area? PhD student from Matthew Hall has developed an app with & Taronga Conversation to better understand the migration and social habits of the species
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John Martin Oct 24
Let’s talk turkey 8:20am We’re asking you to report sightings of Australian Brush-turkeys, nest mounds, & foraging behaviour
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Sydney Science Sep 12
What a remarkable story! Our alumna, Helen Smith, who completed her BSc(Adv) Hons I & PhD in Biology, became a T10 paraplegic after a 12m fall on a bushwalk, but has used her experience in a wheelchair to develop 'Naturally Accessible'. Inspirational read:
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John Martin Aug 31
Let’s with We have a New App: BRUSHTURKEY for reporting nest mounds, nocturnal roosts, chicks, behaviour Thanks for this grant to me
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SPOTTERON Aug 24
Upcoming project! BRUSHTURKEYS - BIRDS IN SUBURBIA Running on the platform, this project gathers sightings & behavioural information about the Australian Brush Turkey, spreading into suburban areas.. Launch: Sept. 2018 |
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Peter Greste Aug 19
From tonight, watch our three-part special on the Great Barrier Reef on . First up, the state it’s in: not dead, but in trouble.
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Goldbogen Lab 10 May 18
Fish reproductive-energy output increases disproportionately with body size. Management practices that ignore the value of large females could contribute to unexplained declines seen in some fish stocks.
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BBC Springwatch 11 Mar 18
You NEED to hear this - sound on people! 👂🔊 'Bullfinches have this incredible capacity not only to memorise a tune, but also to perfect it'. Absolutely beautiful! 🤗❤️🐦 🎶
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The Economist 23 Feb 18
Most deforestation takes place in poor countries. Australia is an unhappy exception
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National Geographic 23 Jan 18
In a synchronized attack, a pod of orcas creates enormous waves to knock a potential meal off the ice
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antarctica.gov.au 15 Jan 18
At , our scientists are experimenting with echo sounding technology to see if it can help determine how many are swimming around in the Southern Ocean.
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The Thankful Outdoorsman 19 Dec 17
A Peregrine falcon chasing a flock of starling. Awesome pics by Nick Dunlop
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National Geographic 8 Dec 17
"When scientists say bears are going extinct, I want people to realize what it looks like," says photographer Paul Nicklen
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alicia burns 7 Dec 17
The brush-turkey is an Aussie battler – and it needs your help | Alicia Burns
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John Martin 6 Dec 17
Love 'em Loath 'em Report 'em Numbers via the Wingtags app 👍 Sightings, mounds, roosts via brush.turkey2@gmail.com With & PhD student Matt we tagged BoDerek (010) & Little Li Li (011) Ping
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alicia burns 6 Dec 17
Replying to @JaneCaro
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