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Lauren Flohr


Lauren completed a Bachelor of Environmental Science and Management, majoring in Ecology and Conservation, through Charles Sturt University in 2021. Through her undergraduate studies, Lauren developed an interest in how threatened species recovery could be better integrated into policy and planning frameworks to provide stronger protection of habitat which is essential to species persistence.

Lauren’s research project, supervised by Dr. April Reside, seeks to identify critical winter foraging habitat for the Grey-headed flying fox throughout Queensland, with the goal of informing future conservation policy and planning. The project will also examine the diet of Grey-headed flying fox within the Toowoomba region and how this diet changes over time in response to environmental variables.


Favourite animal: The Grey-headed flying fox of course!

Controversial opinion: Weet-Bix should be eaten with vegemite, not milk.

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