Lozenge marked dragons (Ctenophorus scutulatus) are a common species in Mid West Western Australia. This Juvenile was found making the most of the last few days of summer earlier this year. Juveniles often have very vibrant and distinctive patterning.
I am very excited to have had one of my photographs featured on Australian Geographic’s Instagram page! If you’d like to stay updated on my photography, you can find me on Instagram here.
Recently I was contacted for a radio interview with ABC North West to talk about my PhD work with Varanids. While a nerve wracking experience (my first interview- probably evident to listeners!), it was an exciting opportunity to talk about my work, and some of the problems facing conservation of our incredible native wildlife. Science communication is an essential component of research.
Here’s a summary of the interview. Please note, BHS is VHF (probably the fault of my nervous voice!)
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