David Donnelly

David Donnelly

Jan 09, 2017

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About This Project

Killer Whales Australia

To properly conserve a species, you must first of all understand it. There is currently no population estimate or ecological understanding of killer whales in Australian waters. With the development of an open access database, contributions from Citizen Science and expertise from the scientific community, we can use sophisticated analyses to determine population abundance which will give us a baseline conservation status for this species.

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