Leigh-Ann Woolley

Project Researcher
Charles Darwin University

Leigh-Ann Woolley is a Research Associate at Charles Darwin University. She is a conservation ecologist with over 15 years research experience in African and northern Australian savannas.

Currently she is working on projects investigating the drivers of mammal decline in the tropical savannas of northern Australia.

Leigh-Ann has a particular interest in ecosystem response to disturbance and stochastic change, and the resulting trophic interactions within the system.

Introduced cats eating a continental fauna: invertebrate consumption by feral cats (Felis catus) in Australia
Wildlife Research
Targeted sampling successfully detects the cryptic and declining arboreal marsupial (Phascogale pirata) in northern Australia
Pacific Conservation Biology
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 impacts of fire regimes on key resources for the threatened Gouldian finch
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
How many birds are killed by cats in Australia?
Science Direct - Elsevier
Compilation and traits of Australian bird species killed by cats
Science Direct - Elsevier
Cyclones, fire and termites: Tree hollow abundance in the tropical savannas of northern Australia - Journal
Feral cat distribution, abundance, management and impacts on threatened species: collation and analysis of data