Hannah Bannister & Katherine Moseby

Hannah Bannister is the Regional Ecologist for South Coast Natural Resource Management Inc., and is an Adjunct Associate Lecturer at the University of New South Wales, Australia. Her interests include reintroduction biology, mammal ecology, conservation and restoration, with an interest in projects delivering on-ground results. Hannah’s PhD research, at the University of Adelaide, focused on a reintroduction of brushtail possums to South Australia’s arid zone.

Katherine Moseby is a researcher at the University of New South Wales who is passionate about conserving Australia’s unique ecosystems. She lives on a private nature reserve in the mallee woodlands in South Australia and her research interests include threatened species ecology, predator–prey interactions, ecosystem restoration and reintroduction biology. Katherine’s research focuses on large scale field experiments that can be used to improve the management of arid zone ecosystems.