Eduardo Gallo Cajiao

Ed is an environmental scientist with an interest in biodiversity conservation research from an interdisciplinary perspective drawing on ecology and political science. Taxonomically, his work typically focuses on birds, but he also has an interest in mammals. His research questions gravitate towards understanding the governance dimensions of migratory species conservation. He earned his Ph.D. from the University of Queensland and his master’s degree from Macquarie University. He is passionate about science communication and is delighted to be joining Current Conservation’s editorial board.