Natasha Robinson

Researcher
The Australian National University

Natasha Robinson is a Research Fellow at the Fenner School of Environment and Society, The Australian National University. She is interested in the conservation of Australia’s biodiversity, especially threatened species, through improved monitoring and management.

Her current projects focus on reintroduction biology, monitoring and management of threatened species and post-fire fauna recovery. She has led the monitoring and research of two threatened marsupials to Booderee National Park (southern brown bandicoot, eastern quoll), and investigated factors influencing survival and establishment of these species. She is currently working on a review of management actions for post-fire fauna recovery.

Natasha works closely with a range of partners including Parks Australia, Rewilding Australia, Taronga Conservation Society, WWF Australia and the Wreck Bay Aboriginal Community Council. Natasha has a fire ecology background, and has previously worked for state government agencies in fire management and biodiversity roles.

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