VIC Wildlife Research Symposium, Deakin University 5 Feb



You're invited to a special one-day symposium to celebrate the
contribution of research students to understanding and conserving
Australia's wildlife. This symposium recognises the outstanding
support of the Holsworth Wildlife Research Endowment towards post-
graduate research.

Join us for a stimulating day of sharing new information on threatened
species, ecosystems and wildlife conservation. Topics include:
Keynote: Wildlife conservation in human-dominated landscapes: ecology
of the threatened Squirrel Glider (Rodney van der Ree)

- Conservation ecology of the endangered Mallee Emu-wren
- Large forest owls and small mammal decline
- Widespread but not immune: the Bush Rat in a fragmented landscape
- Bird conservation in agricultural environments: role of landscape pattern
- Where exactly do ground-foraging woodland birds forage?
- Apiarists reveal long-term ecological trends
- Post-fire succession of small mammals in the Anglesea region
- A blue outlook for estuarine copepods and larval fish
- DNA fingerprinting of the Powerful Owl
- Foraging behaviour in female Australian Fur Seals
- Trophic relationships of Bass Strait seabirds

Date: 9:00-16:30, Friday 5th February 2010.
Location: Deakin University, Burwood. (Lecture Theatre 12)
Lunch, morning & afternoon tea free. Onsite parking available (c $5)

Registration essential: RSVP Robyn Cook
by 1st February 2010
Further info: Mike Weston (
Andrew Bennett (

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