Nicola Palmer

Project Researcher
Australian Wildlife Conservancy

Nicola Palmer is a Field Ecologist with the Australian Wildlife Conservancy. The primary focus of her role is the Endangered Wildlife Restoration Project at Mt Gibson Sanctuary where she works on the planning, implementation and monitoring of mammal reintroductions to a feral predator free fenced exclosure.

Nicola is also involved in a range of ecological monitoring and survey activities across AWC’s four south west properties where species reintroduction programs have also occurred. Her background has included work in agricultural research, environmental restoration and ecological monitoring.

Read more about Nicola on the AWC website.

Publications
Conserving the endangered woylie (Bettongia penicillata ogilbyi): Establishing a semi‐arid population within a fenced safe haven
Ecological Management & Restoration
The impact of a fox‐ and cat‐free safe haven on the bird fauna of remnant vegetation in southwestern Australia
Restoration Ecology
A structured analysis of risk to important wildlife elements in three Australian Wildlife Conservancy sanctuaries
Ecological Management & Restoration
Learning from mammal translocations
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