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Opinion: Mass slaughter of wedge-tailed eagles could have Australia-wide consequences

June 14th, 2018

Wedge-tailed Eagles (pic Simon Cherriman)

In an article for The Conversation, PhD researcher Simon Cherriman explains how the recent poisoning of 136 wedge-tailed eagles in East Gippsland could have ecological consequences across Australia.

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Blood, sweat and tears in raptor research

March 15th, 2018

Juvenile Wedge-tailed Eagle

Murdoch University PhD candidate Simon Cherriman is enjoying the relative safety of his home office after spending much of the last six months scaling trees and attaching satellite tags to 13 feisty juvenile Wedge-tailed Eagles.

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Research project to help eagles soar

September 11th, 2017

Simon Cherriman and an eaglet

A passionate Perth conservationist has raised more than $20,000 through crowdfunding to help him track young Wedge-tailed eagles.

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