Manager Conservation Science & Planning, Tasmanian Land Conservancy
Sally is the Head of Science and Planning at the Tasmanian Land Conservancy after previously managing threatened species programs with the Tasmanian Government for 18 years. Sally travels widely researching island bird faunas and has published numerous books, chapters and scientific papers on a range of conservation issues. She is an Adjunct Lecturer at the University of Tasmania, on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Ecological Management & Restoration and her popular ABC Radio wildlife segment has been running fortnightly since 1999.
Accounting for nature and ecological monitoring - a case study on TLC's 5 Rivers Reserve
The Tasmanian Land Conservancy protects a diverse range of habitats ranging from montane rainforest, woodlands to coastal wetlands. Our ecological monitoring program provides the scientifically robust data needed to inform their effective management. In 2016 TLC adopted the Wentworth Group’s ‘Accounting for Nature’ methodology as a way of interpreting our monitoring data in a consistent […]
The Tasmanian Land Conservancy’s (TLC’s) 455 ha Flat Rock Reserve, links the historic Chauncy Vale Wildlife Sanctuary with the Alpha Pinnacle Conservation Area, creating a continuous protected area of over 1500 ha. Join us for a guided walk to key sites of interest showing the TLC’s collaborative management of this unique natural and cultural reserve. […]