Georgeanna is a zoologist with expertise in wildlife and pest animal tracking, trapping and surveys as well as in on-ground natural resource management. She has surveyed and monitored iconic native marsupials including Spotted-tailed quolls, wombats, dingoes and pests such as rabbits, wild dogs and foxes.
She is also an experienced Landcare coordinator with skills in community engagement, event and project organisation, property assessments and management planning.
Qualifications, awards and affiliations
B.Sc. Hons. (Ecology, Zoology)
Northern Hairy-nosed Wombat Advisory Committee
NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service Regional Advisory Committee Far South Coast Region
Royal Zoological Society of NSW
Ecological Society of Australia
Australian Wildlife Management Society
Australian Institute of Biology
Native Animal Rescue Group
CSIRO Scientists in Schools Program
Georgeanna has 22 years of experience in wildlife and pest animal trapping, surveys and monitoring. She has worked as an ecologist and researcher with the University of Queensland, Macquarie University, the Australian National University, the Queensland Department of Natural Resources, and as a professional consultant.
Over the last three years, she has been with Upper Murrumbidgee Landcare working to coordinate and support local Landcare groups in sustainably managing their natural resources.
Road impacts on the common wombat (Vombatus ursinus), from the individual to the population
Landholder’s perceptions of Wild deer survey
Applications for grant funding
Community and stakeholder engagement
Flora and fauna management
NRM program design and management
Pest and weed control
Scientific writing and editing
Wildlife habitat assessments