Bronwyn Hradsky

Project Team Member
The University of Melbourne

Bronwyn Hradsky is a research fellow with the Quantitative and Applied Ecology Group at the University of Melbourne. She is investigating interactions between threatened native mammals, invasive predators (foxes and feral cats) and fire in the forests of south-eastern Australia.

Her research involves both simulation modelling and field studies, and is currently focused on bandicoot and potoroo responses to fox control and fire in south-western Victoria and the Great Otway National Park.

Bronwyn blogs about her research at Working on the Wild Side

(https://wildzoologist.wordpress.com/)