Chantelle Jackson

Project Researcher
Australian Wildlife Conservancy

Chantelle is a Senior Field Ecologist with the Australian Wildlife Conservancy. In this role she plans and implements the ecological monitoring program at Faure Island in Shark Bay and assists with the monitoring at three other properties in south-western Western Australia.

She is also involved with the Endangered Wildlife Restoration Project currently being undertaken at Mt Gibson, including monitoring and research associated with translocations and logistical support.

Chantelle has a varied background, having worked in land management, environmental compliance, as a fauna consultant, and a zookeeper. She has a particular interest in arid zone ecology.

Read more about Chantelle on the AWC website.

Conserving the endangered woylie (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi): Establishing a semiā€arid population within a fenced safe haven
Ecological Management & Restoration
A structured analysis of risk to important wildlife elements in three Australian Wildlife Conservancy sanctuaries
Ecological Management & Restoration
Learning from mammal translocations