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Cockatoo wail, fledge or fail, ABC Radio National interview with Ann Jones for Offtrack

Bioacoustics and the hunt for the elusive red-tailed black-cockatoo, ABC Radio South Australia


Totally Wild, Network Ten

In the news

South-eastern red-tailed black cockatoo's shrill screech may help save it from extinction, ABC Science

Acoustic monitoring to fill knowledge gaps about cockatoo breeding, Threatened Species Recovery Hub

Researchers bug south-eastern red-tailed cockatoo nests, The Standard

Researchers tune in to Cockatoo calls, Victorian Government


It takes a village: saving the south-eastern red-tailed black-cockatoo is a community ambition, Remember The Wild

Featured ‘Day in the life of’: Daniella, Conservation biologist PhD student researching black-cockatoos, Dr. Of What?

Tuning in to the sounds of endangered black-cockatoos, UQ Small Change


Monitoring breeding of endangered black-cockatoos using bioacoustic technology, Threatened Species Recovery Hub Roadshow, Adelaide

Using bioacoustics to monitor glossy black-cockatoos: Tuning in to what happens at the nest,  Science In The Pub, Kangaroo Island

Monitoring breeding in glossy and red-tailed black-cockatoos, Birds Queensland, Brisbane

Conference presentations

Conservation behavior and bioacoustics, Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour Conference, Brisbane. 

Bioacoustics, behaviour and black-cockatoos: a new approach to conservation, International Ecoacoustics Congress, Brisbane.

Eavesdropping on black-cockatoo nests: Bioacoustic monitoring of breeding in the endangered south-eastern red-tailed black-cockatoo and the Kangaroo Island glossy black-cockatoo, Australasian Ornithological Conference, Geelong.

Bioacoustics for black-cockatoo conservation, Australasian Chapter for Ecoacoustics Workshop, Brisbane.

Measuring fish with smartphones: a novel approach to monitoring Queensland’s recreational fisheries, Australian Citizen Association Conference, Canberra.

Scientific publications

Teixeira, D., Zischke, M. T. and Webley, J. A. (2016) “Investigating bias in recreational fishing surveys: fishers listed in telephone directories fish similarly to their unlisted counterparts”. Fisheries Research, 181 (127 – 136).

Pardo, S. A., Burgess, K. B., Teixeira, D. and Bennett, M. B. (2015) “Local-scale resource partitioning by stingrays on an intertidal flat” Marine Ecology Progress Series, 533 (205 – 218).

Meynecke, J. O., Vindenes, S. and Teixeira, D. (2013) “Monitoring humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) behavior in a highly urbanized coastline: Gold Coast, Australia” In: Moksnss, E., Dahl, E. and Stottrup, J. (Eds.) Global Challenges in Integrated Coastal Zone Management.

Recreational fishers’ satisfaction and expectations of Queensland’s Net Free Zones (2018), Fisheries Queensland, Department of Agriculture and Fisheries.

2013-14 Statewide Recreational Fishing Survey, Fisheries Queensland, Department of Agriculture and Fisheries.