Linda has been a QPWS ranger since 2000, working in a broad range of fields including threatened species conservation, dingo management, and fire and pest species management.
She has a passion for the conservation of threatened species and protected areas, and is currently undertaking a part time PhD with the University of Queensland, researching the diet, ecology and conservation management of dingoes on K’gari – Fraser Island.
Prior to this, Linda worked in captive wildlife animal breeding facilities and conservation education.
Linda enjoys working with external groups and has been an active contributor in fostering long-standing collaborative relationships caring for country, regularly contributing to community forums, public workshops, popular articles and scientific publications on the complexities of controversial species management. Linda will be discussing QPWS efforts towards conservation and the welfare of wildlife and dingoes within the Great Sandy National Park, K’gari (Fraser Island).