Katherine Tuft

Project Leader
Project Collaborator - Arid Recovery

Katherine Tuft has a background in conservation research and management, particularly in the NGO sector. She currently manages the Arid Recovery Reserve, a predator-proof fenced reserve managing populations of threatened species and driving research to re-establish animals in the wild.

See www.aridrecovery.org.au

Publications
Factors influencing the residency of bettongs using one‐way gates to exit a fenced reserve
Austral Ecology
Science for Saving Species Magazine Issue 11 Autumn 2019
TSR Hub
The kowari: Saving a central Australian micro-predator
TSR Hub
Protecting Australian mammals from introduced cats and foxes: The current status and future growth of predator-free havens
TSR Hub
The role of feral predators in disrupting small vertebrate communities in arid South Australia
TSR Hub
Identifying and managing refuges from threats
TSR Hub
Havens for threatened Australian mammals: the contributions of fenced areas and offshore islands to the protection of mammal species susceptible to introduced predators
CSIRO
Integrated management of feral herbivores and feral predators
TSR Hub