Hugh McGregor

The University of Tasmania

Hugh McGregor is a post-doc with the University of Tasmania and the National Environmental Science Programme, researching feral cat ecology and various methods for reducing their impact. He is based at the Arid Recovery reserve in South Australia.

Hugh has a love for bringing modern technology and gadgets to wildlife ecology and conservation, to create a deeper and richer understanding of animal behaviour.

Cat ecology, impacts and management in Australia
Wildlife Research
Edge effects created by fenced conservation reserves benefit an invasive mesopredator
Wildlife Research
Predation by introduced cats Felis catus on Australian frogs: compilation of species records and estimation of numbers killed
Wildlife Research
Science for Saving Species Magazine Issue 14 Summer 2020
The short-term response of feral cats to rabbit population decline: Are alternative native prey more at risk?
Biological Invasions
Introduced cats (Felis catus) eating a continental fauna: inventory and traits of Australian mammal species killed
Biological Conservation - Mammal Review
Introduced cats (Felis catus) eating a continental fauna: The number of mammals killed in Australia
Biological Conservation
Thermal imaging for biodiversity monitoring
Identifying and managing refuges from threats
Integrated management of feral herbivores and feral predators