Time & Location
10 June 2022, 7:00 pm AEST
Non-lethal dingo control research
About the event
The Myall Lakes Dingo Project: Understanding dingo behaviour and ecology for management
The Myall Lakes Dingo Project, supported by the Hermon Slade Foundation and Taronga Conservation Society Australia, aims to develop and test non-lethal tools for dingo management. Watch a brief YouTube clip about the project.
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About Dr Neil Jordan
Dr Neil Jordan is a Senior Lecturer at the University of New South Wales in Sydney and a Conservation Scientist at Taronga Conservation Society Australia. Neil’s research focuses on large carnivore ecology and conservation, and he is interested in applying animal behaviour to conservation problems. In 2019 he established the Myall Lakes Dingo Project to develop and test non-lethal tools for dingo management and further our understanding and appreciation of this iconic Australian carnivore. His talk will focus on the team’s ongoing dingo research in Myall Lakes and their increasing understanding of the dingo population.