Mr Graeme Taylor

Department of Conservation, New Zealand

I am principal science advisor studying New Zealand's threatened seabird species and also management of animal pest species. I work mainly on petrels (especially Pterodroma species) and shearwaters. My main work areas areas are long term demographic studies to assess population changes, development of seabird recovery and monitoring techniques, and tracking projects to better understand how how seabirds use the marine environment. Previously managed the New Zealand National Bird Banding Scheme. I am the Ornithological Society of New Zealand representative for the World Seabird Union.