Join RegenWA for a 45 minute talk exploring the ecological importance of dingoes with special guest, Zali Jestrimski. Learn about the dingo’s physiology, behaviour and why a cattle station like Wooleen Station benefits from the retention of wild dingoes.

Don’t miss this great opportunity to hear about Zali’s studies on dingoes, how they are a regenerative management option at Wooleen Station in WA’s Southern Rangelands and to ask Zali questions in the Q&A session.

About the speaker – Zali completed a Bachelor of Science in Wildlife and Conservation Biology and during this degree she published research on wild dingoes in Victoria. She has worked with captive dingoes at the Australian Dingo Foundation’s sanctuary for the past 6 years. Zali is now living and working at Wooleen Station in the Murchison Region of WA; a cattle station focused on regeneration and conservation. It is here that she is completing a postgraduate research degree on the effects of dingoes in this semi-arid landscape.

Date: Tuesday 15th August 2023

Location: Online (teams)

Time: 10am – 11am AWST

Cost: Free

Registrations: https://events.teams.microsoft.com/event/aec74cd9-5205-43ac-9479-91b567f766e7@8647d57f-94b0-4e18-b975-e805bd069072 

This event is supported by Lotterywest and the Department of Water and Environmental Regulation through their Soil Wise Program.

Soil Wise is funded by the National Landcare Program Smart Farms Small Grants – an Australian Government initiative. It is supported by Healthy Estuaries WA – a State Government program.