December 2017 graduation
From left: Tanja van de Ven, Otto Whitehead, Kate Carstens. (Photo credit: Peter Ryan)
Kate Carstens: Nest boxes as a conservation tool for the Southern Ground Hornbill Bucorvus Leadbeateri. (Supervisors: Peter Ryan, Rob Little, Robert Thomson)
Davide Gaglio (in absentia): Investigating the foraging ecology and energy requirements of a seabird population increasing in an intensely exploited marine environment. (Supervisors: Peter Ryan, Timothée Cook, Richard Sherley, Tom Flower)
Tanja van de Ven: Implications of climate change on the reproductive success of the Southern yellow-billed Hornbill Tokus leucomelas. Supervisors: Phil Hockey, Susie Cunningham and Andrew McKechnie)
Otto Whitehead: Comparative foraging ecology of macaroni and rockhopper penguins at the Prince Edward Islands. (Supervisor: Peter Ryan)
MSc Conservation Biology (coursework and dissertation): Huyam Abbas, Tendai Chinho and Maggie Parrish.