From left to right, Professor Craig Franklin, from UQ’s School of Biological Sciences;lecturer Dr Hamish Campbell; Executive Dean of the UQ Faculty of Science, Professor Stephen Walker; Terri and Bindi Irwin; and Robert Irwin.
From left to right, Professor Craig Franklin, from UQ’s School of Biological Sciences; lecturer Dr Hamish Campbell, University of New England; Professor Stephen Walker, Executive Dean of the UQ Faculty of Science; Terri Irwin AM and Bindi Irwin; and Robert Irwin.

Where the Wild Things Go

The 6th Annual Steve Irwin Memorial Lecture, proudly presented by The University of Queensland and Australia Zoo, recognising the legacy of Steve Irwin was held on Thursday 13 November 2014.

Dr Hamish Campbell from The University of New England, who is an expert in the emerging field of movement ecology, was the keynote speaker.

Dr Hamish Campbell is a world authority on animal movement research, and has tracked fish, sharks, birds and reptiles, from the tropics to the poles.

He discussed how thousands of animals are currently being tracked and monitored in Australia and how this research is helping scientists to better understand the patterns, causes, and consequences of animal movement.

Over 200 people, including Steve Irwin’s widow, Terri, and their children, Bindi and Robert, attended the lecture at the Abel Smith Lecture Theatre, at UQ’s St Lucia campus in Brisbane. The lecture was run in conjunction with Australia Zoo.

Video: 6th annual Steve Irwin Memorial Lecture 'The secret life of dragons' presented by Dr Hamish Campbell.

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