Media

Here are a few links to news stories and other media about the Hume Freeway crossing structures for possums and gliders.

Radio interview on Triple R’s Einstein a-go-go, talking all things roads and mammals as part of the 2014 conference of the Australian Mammal Society. My segment starts at ~37 minutes, but the whole thing is worth a listen!
http://euanritchie.org/2014/07/06/triple-r-einstein-a-go-go-mammal-hour/

Radio interview on ABC Radio National’s Off-Track, talking about the problems roads can cause for our native wildlife, and my work on the rope bridges. My segment starts around 2 minutes in.
http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/offtrack/nature-in-an-unnatural-world/4908030

Another piece I wrote for Decision Point about my research project
Bridging the great divide

A shorter piece I wrote for The Conversation, 2013
Mysterious poles make road crossing easier for high flying mammals

News articles

A glider’s best friend – The Age, 4 August 2012


Tickets to ride: threatened species using their Hume Freeway overpass
– Euroa Gazette, 18 August 2009

Wildlife take the ‘high’ road – ABC Science, 18 June 2008

Wildlife bridge no April fool – ABC Goulbourn Murray, 1 July 2008

Bridging the wildlife gap – The Age, 11 June 2008

Rope bridge for wildlife successful – Science Alert, 5 June 2008

Road crossing for native possums – Science Alert, 26 June 2007

Hume stops to help gliders – The Herald Sun, 23 June 2007

Gliders learn ropes to cross road – The Age, 23 June 2007

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2 thoughts on “Media

  1. Hello Kylie, what a wonderful site this is!
    I have a question for you about an image of a phascogale on this page: https://ksoanesresearch.wordpress.com/tag/brush-tailed-phascogale/
    My name is Tamsin and I am the senior artist with mememe productions based in Australia’s Northern Rivers of New South Wales. At the moment we are designing the installation for the Clarence Valley Sustainability Centre in Grafton, and we have dedicated an entire wall to biodiversity and protecting endangered animals in the Clarence, and i found the picture on your website and wondered how to go about gaining permission to use the image? We will attribute the photographer (Chris Tzaros) on the image as a matter of copyright and courtesy.
    Any help would be greatly appreciated,
    cheers,
    Tamsin

    • Hi Tamsin,
      Your project sounds great! Unfortunately I don’t have copyright of the image so I can’t grant permission for you to use it. You will need to contact the photographer directly. I don’t know Chris personally, but if you send me an email (kyliesoanes@gmail.com) I can forward you the contact details that I have for him. Otherwise Google will be sure to help you out. Sorry that I couldn’t be more helpful on this occasion! Cheers, Kylie

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