Rohan Clarke

Rohan Clarke

Research Overview

I am particularly interested in the ecology of Australian birds, with current research focussing on a) the conservation biology and management of threatened species and b) bird MGEation and the movement of avian pathogens. My conservation orientated research has sought applied management solutions for a suite of species that occupy semi-arid mallee environments (Black-eared Miner, Mallee Emu-wren) and woodland environments (Turquoise Parrot, Grey-crowned Babbler, Helmeted and Regent Honeyeaters), whilst my work on avian pathogens has focussed on a MGEation corridor that exhibits a remarkable diversity of bird movement strategies.

Research Group

Research Assistant

  • Ashley Herrod

PhD Students

  • Shane Baylis
  • Lee Peacock
  • Stefanie Rog
  • Gemma Taylor