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Scientific publications

Teixeira, D., Maron, M. and Janse van Rensburg, B. (2019) “Bioacoustic monitoring of animal vocal behaviour for conservation”, Conservation Science and Practice. e72.

Teixeira, D., Litherland, L. and De Faria, F. (2018) Behavioural and economic drivers influencing shark fishing practices in Queensland’s commercial net fisheries: Phone questionnaire for Queensland Net Fishers, Fisheries Queensland, Department of Agriculture and Fisheries.

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.


Novel technologies for conservation: bioacoustics and black-cockatoos, oral presentation at the Australasian Ornithological Conference, Darwin.

Symposium co-convener, New ways to collect data through citizen science and technology, Australasian Ornithological Conference, Darwin.

Co-founder and convener, 1st National Black-Cockatoo Forum, Melbourne

Acoustic monitoring of the Kangaroo Island glossy black-cockatoo, oral presentation, Threatened Species Recovery Hub, Forum on Island Conservation, Canberra.

Black-cockatoo conservation, World Science Festival, Brisbane.

Fledge or fail: saving the south-eastern red-tailed black-cockatoo, oral presentation at the Victorian Biodiversity Conference, Melbourne.

Speaking glossy, Glossies In The Mist, NSW Government Saving Our Species roadshow, Southern Highlands.

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

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.


Ongoing contributor to Red-Tail News, publication of the south-eastern red-tailed recovery team.

What happens at the nest, AudioWings magazine

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


Totally Wild, Network Ten


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

In the news

The South Eastern Red-Tailed Black Cockatoo is under threat, Bank Australia

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


Begging behaviour in female glossy black-cockatoo, 2019. Honours project.

Bioacoustic classification methods for the critically endangered plains-wanderer, 2019. Honours project.

Fire impacts on glossy black-cockatoo feeding habitat on Kangaroo Island, 2018. Honours project.

What motivates fishers to become citizen scientists? 2017. Industry placement project.

Can we measure fish with smartphones? A citizen science approach to collecting recreational fishing data. 2016. Industry placement project.

Professional memberships

Society for Conservation Biology

Ecological Society of Australia

Birdlife Australia

Australasian Society for the Study of Animal Behaviour