Kylie Soanes

Project Leader
The University of Melbourne

Kylie Soanes is a Research Fellow with the Threatened Species Hub and the Clean Air and Urban Landscapes Hub.

She is interested in finding ways that we can better 'share the urban habitat' with native plants and animals.

Kylie's work investigates threats and conflicts that might occur in cities and towns, and identifies new opportunities for threatened species conservation in urban environments to get positive outcomes for people and nature.

How to work with children and animals: A guide for school‐based citizen science in wildlife research
Austral Ecology
When cities are the last chance for saving species
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment
Little evidence of a road-effect zone for nocturnal, flying insects
Ecology and Evolution
Improving communication and community buy-in to threatened species conservation
Prioritising conservation efforts and communicating conservation opportunities in urban areas
Science For Saving Species Magazine: Issue 3 Autumn 2017
Threatened Species Recovery Hub