Bradley Nesbitt

Ecologist and Conservation Detection Dog Handler
Canines for Wildlife

Mr Bradley Nesbitt has worked in conservation and natural resource management with extensive experience in national park and wildlife management, ecological research and survey. Brad is an Adjunct Research Fellow in the School of Environmental and Rural Science at University of New England and the academic coordinator for the International Study Abroad program “Australian wildlife, Environment and Conservation” to international students from American and Canadian universities. Bradley was the Pest Species Management Officer for over 20 years with the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service working on management and research of invasive species. He is currently working as an ecologist and certified conservation detection dog handler for “Canines for Wildlife”, using specially trained conservation scent detection dogs to locate and survey for threatened species including Antechinus argentus in 2018.