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Debra Saunders

CEO & Chief Remote Pilot, Wildlife Drones Pty Ltd

Debbie is a Founding Director of Wildlife Drones, and a Conservation Ecologist at the Australian National University. Her extensive conservation research experience focuses on improving our understanding of threatened migratory birds and the complex ecosystems they depend on. She recently succeeded in translating her long-term research into a $1 million habitat restoration project for a diversity of threatened species. She has also been instrumental in the development of the world’s first robotic radio-tracking drone for remotely locating tagged animals. Currently she is taking this drone technology to next level with the creation of Wildlife Drones, a commercial-ready product for researchers, pest species managers and conservation NGOs internationally. She has received an ACT Innovation Award as well as an ACT Government Innovation Connect grant for her creative business solutions for challenging research problems. Debbie believes that drones are a highly valuable and flexible tool that provide unprecedented opportunities for new insights into the world’s most complex and fascinating natural ecosystems.
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Thirza Loffeld 38 minutes ago

Hi Debra, Thanks for sharing about this opportunity to help. I have added it to our brand-new room: "Collaborate and help others". When you are drafting a post, you are able to select this room from the right hand menu under 'rooms' (underneath the poster image option). Selecting that room will ensure your post will be published in that room. Please find your post in the room here: https://wildhub.community/rooms/collaborate-and-help-others

Thanks again!