Amanda Lilleyman

Project Researcher
Charles Darwin University

Amanda Lilleyman researches migratory shorebirds in northern Australia. She is based in Darwin, Northern Territory where she works on #TheCurlewProject. 

Amanda is interested in how shorebirds use habitat on the non-breeding grounds and works with industry to apply research findings to on-ground management of birds, so they receive the best conservation advice possible.

Publications
Strategic planning for the Far Eastern Curlew: Final report December 2020
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Darwin shorebird catching expedition report 2018
Stilt
Science for Saving Species Magazine Issue 15 2020
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An artificial site provides valuable additional habitat to migratory shorebirds in a tropical harbour
Pacific Conservation Biology
Strategic Planning for the Far Eastern Curlew - Progress Report 5
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Science for Saving Species Magazine Issue 12 Winter 2019
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Strategic planning for the Far Eastern Curlew - Progress Report 4
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Strategic Planning for the Far Eastern Curlew - Progress Report 3
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Caring for curlews and the coastline
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Distribution and abundance of migratory shorebirds in Darwin Harbour, Northern Territory, Australia
NT Field Naturalist's Club
Special report to Darwin Port on research training trip to Broome, Western Australia
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Science for Saving Species Magazine Issue 7 Autumn 2018
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Strategic Planning for the Far Eastern Curlew - Progress Report 2
CDU
Strategic Planning for the Far Eastern Curlew - Progress Report 1
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Strategic planning for the Far Eastern Curlew
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