Meg is a PhD candidate at the University of Queensland’s Hidden Vale Wildlife Centre.
She is studying recognition of introduced predators by bandicoots and the validity of predator avoidance training methods.
She completed a Bachelor of Applied Science majoring in Wildlife Science in 2013, and then completed her Honours in 2015 where she spent 6 months doing her fieldwork research in South Africa.
She also works casually at the Hidden Vale Wildlife Centre, and for Geckoes Wildlife.
Ms Megan Edwards topic is titled The very hungry bandicoot: how food may affect the success of predator avoidance training – View abstract