captive breeding fauna monitoring Gilbert's Potoroos hair arching and hair analyses radio-tracking western barred bandicoots wildlife rehabilitation


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+61 8 9842 4547

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+61 8 9841 3329
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120 Albany Highway, Albany WA 6330, Australia
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120 Albany Highway, Albany WA 6330, Australia

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Technical Officer for the Gilbert’s Potoroo Recovery Program


Expertise

  • Gilbert’s Potoroos - ecology, translocation, conservation.
  • Fauna monitoring, radio-tracking, hair arching and hair analyses.
  • Captive Breeding of Gilbert's potoroos and western barred bandicoots.
  • Wildlife rehabilitation

Brief CV

Academic Qualifications

Bachelor of Science (Hons), Majors: Biology and Marine Science with a stream in Conservation Biology. Murdoch University. 2002

Associate Diploma of Applied Science. TAFE. 1995

Advanced Certificate in Applied Science. TAFE. 1994

Volunteer Work

1996-2003 Volunteer at Kanyana Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre: wildlife rehabilitation and western barred bandicoot program.

2002 Radio-tracking Gilbert's Potoroos, Two Peoples Bay Nature Reserve.

1999, 2001 Radio-tracking Dibblers in Fitzgerald River National Park.

Work

2002-2003 technical Officer, Threatened Flora Seed Centre, CALM.

2000-2003 Visitor interpretations Officer at Yanchep National Park.


Projects

Monitoring wild and translocated populations of Gilbert’s potoroos.


Publications (20)

Departmental Publications (20)

Found 20 items

2013

Friend T, Bougher N, Button T, Hill S (2013). Use of pioneer animals to assess reintroduction sites in the recovery of the world's rarest marsupial, Gilbert's potoroo (ABSTRACT). In 11th International Mammalogical Congress: Queen's University of Belfast, 11th-16th August 2013: Programme and Abstracts p. 57

2012

Friend JA, Button TA, Hills SJE (2012). Reintroduction of Gilbert’s potoroo: establishment of new populations at Bald Island Nature Reserve and Waychinicup National Park, Western Australia (ABSTRACT). pp. 51–52

2011

Algar D, Hamilton N, Onus M, Hilmer S, Comer S, Tiller C et al. [Bell L, Pinder J, Adams E, Butler S] (2011). Field trial to compare baiting efficacy of Eradicat® and Curiosity® baits. Department of Environment and Conservation, Woodvale, WA. 36 p.

2009

Friend JA, Bougher NL, Hill SJE, Button TA, Bell LA (2009). Establishment of an island population of the world’s rarest marsupial, Gilbert’s potoroo, Potorous gilbertii (ABSTRACT). In The Australian Mammal Society: Semi-Centenary and 55th Meeting in Perth, July 5-9, 2009: Scientific Programme pp. 26–27

Friend JA, Bougher NL, Hill SJE, Button TA, Bell LA (2009). Establishment of an island population of the world’s rarest marsupial, Gilbert’s potoroo, Potorous gilbertii (ABSTRACT). p. 41

2008

Woolford L, O'Hara AJ, Bennett MD, Slaven M, Swan R, Friend JA et al. [Sims C, Hill S] (2008). Cutaneous papillomatosis and carcinomatosis in the western barred bandicoot (Perameles bougainville). Veterinary Pathology 45, pp. 95–103

2007

Friend JA, Button TA, Hills SJE (2007). The quokkas of Bald Island: population biology and spatial organisation (ABSTRACT). p. 24

Woolford L, Bennett MD, Ducki A, Sims C, Hill S, Noakes N et al. [Friend JA] (2007). Frequency, geographical distribution and potential risk factors associated with a papillomatosis and carcinomatosis syndrome in the endangered western barred bandicoot (Perameles bougainville) (ABSTRACT). In Wildlife Disease Association (Australasian Section): Annual Conference, September 22nd-28th, 2007, Dryandra Woodland, W.A.: Health Monitoring and Disease Investigation in Population Management and Species Recovery Programs p. 57

2006

Cochrane A, Friend T, Hill S (2006). Small mammals as seed dispersers. Australasian Plant Conservation 15(2), pp. 19–21

O’Hara AJ, Woolford L, Rector A, Ducki A, Bennett MD, Warren KS et al. [Sims C, Hill S, Friend JA] (2006). Cutaneous papillomatosis and carcinomatosis in the highly endangered western barred bandicoot (Perameles bougainville) is associated with a novel papillomavirus (ABSTRACT). In American College of Veterinary Pathologists Annual Meeting, December 2-6, 2006, Tuscon, Arizona p. 1

2005

Cochrane JA, Friend JA, Hill SJE (2005). Endozoochory and the Australian bluebell: consumption of Billardiera fusiformis (Labill.) Payer (Pittosoraceae) seeds by three mammal species at Two Peoples Bay Nature Reserve, Western Australia. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 88, pp. 191–196

Cochrane JA, Friend JA, Hill SJE (2005). Endozoochory and the Australian bluebell: consumption of Sollya fusiformis seed by mammals at Two Peoples Bay Nature Reserve, Western Australia (ABSTRACT). In Australian Mammal Society: 51st Scientific Meeting Program and Abstracts: Albany, Western Australia, 4-8 July 2005 p. 28

Cochrane JA, Friend JA, Hill SJE (2005). Endozoochory and the Australian bluebell: consumption of Sollya fusiformis seed by mammals at Two Peoples Bay Nature Reserve, Western Australia (POSTER ABSTRACT). p. 38

Friend JA, Hill SJE, Button TA (2005). Trial translocation of Gilbert's potoroo to Bald Island, Western Australia (ABSTRACT). In Australian Mammal Society: 51st Scientific Meeting Program and Abstracts: Albany, Western Australia, 4-8 July 2005 p. 9

Friend JA, Hill SJE, Button TA (2005). Trial translocation of Gilbert's potoroo to Bald Island, Western Australia (ABSTRACT). p. 20

Friend T, Hill S, Button T (2005). Bald Island getaway for Gilbert's potoroos. Landscope 21(1), pp. 48–54

Hill S (2005). Historical occurrence of a wart-like syndrome affecting western barred bandicoots (ABSTRACT). In Australian Mammal Society: 51st Scientific Meeting Program and Abstracts: Albany, Western Australia, 4-8 July 2005 p. 31

Hill S (2005). Historical occurrence of a wart-like syndrome affecting western barred bandicoots (POSTER ABSTRACT). p. 40

Warren K, Swan R, Bodetti T, Friend T, Hill S, Timms P (2005). Ocular Chlamydiales infections of western barred bandicoots (Perameles bougainville) in Western Australia. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 36, pp. 100–102

2004

Friend JA, Hill SJE, Reinhold L (2004). Demography of the only known population of Gilbert's potoroo (Potorus gilbertii) (ABSTRACT). pp. 23–24