Rendall, AR., Sutherland, DS., Cooke, R., White, JG. (submitted). Does the foraging ecology of feral cats change after eradication of foxes? Biological Invasions.

Fernando, C., Kotagama, SW., Rendall, AR., Weston, MA. (in press). Defense of eggs and chicks in the polyandrous Pheasant-tailed Jacana Hydrophasianus chirurgus in Sri Lanka; Sex-roles and Intruder type. Waterbirds.

Fernando, C., Weston, MA., Corea, R., Pahirana, K., Rendall, AR. (in press). Asian elephant movements from natural to human-dominated landscapes mirror patterns in agricultural damage. Oryx.

Whisson, DA., McKinnon, F., Lefoe, M., Rendall, AR. (2021). Passive acoustic monitoring for the Yellow-bellied Glider, a highly vocal arboreal marsupial. PLoS ONE 16 (5): e0252092.

Rendall, AR., Webb, V., Sutherland, DR., White, JG., Renwick, L., Cooke, R. (2021). Where wildlife and traffic collide: Roadkill rates change through time in a wildlife-tourism hotspot. Global Ecology and Conservation. e01530.​1016/​j.​gecco.​2021.​e01530

Bradsworth, N., White, JG., Rendall, AR., Carter, N., Cooke, R. (2021). Where to sleep in the city? How urbanisation impacts roosting habitat availability for an apex predator. Global Ecology and Conservation. e01494.

Rendall, AR., Sutherland, DS., Baker, CM., Raymond, B., Cooke, R. & White, JG. (2021). Managing ecosystems in a sea of uncertainty: invasive species management and assisted colonisations. Ecological Applications. 31(4), e2306.

Rendall, AR., White, JG., Cooke, R., Whisson, DA., Schneider, T., Beilharz, L., Poelsma, E., Ryeland, J., Weston, MA. (2021). Taking the bait: The influence of attractants and mircohabitat on detections of fauna by remote-sensing cameras. Ecological Management & Restoration. emr.1244.


Whisson, DA., Rendall, AR., Gibson, M. (2020). History of Australian plant and verebrate pests: introductions and impacts. The Victorian Naturalist. 137(6), 162 – 169

Charuvi, A., Lees, D., Glover, H., Rendall, AR., Dann, P. & Weston, MA. (2020). A physiological cost to behavioural tolerance. Behavioural Processes. 181, pp. 104250.

Miritis, V., Rendall, AR., Doherty, TS., Coetsee, AL. & Ritchie, EG. (2020). Living with the enemy: a threatened prey species coexisting with feral cats on a fox-free island. Wildlife Research. 47 (8), pp. 633 – 642.

Adriaanse, K., Lynch, M., Firestone, S., Rendall, AR., Sutherland, DR., Hufschmid, J., & Traub, R. (2020). Comparison of the modified agglutination test and real-time PCR for detection of Toxoplasma gondii exposure in feral cats from Phillip Island, Australia, and risk factors associated with infection. International Journal of Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife. 12. pp. 126 – 133.

Cooke, R., Rendall, AR., Weston, MA., Porch, N., Bradsworth, N., & White, JG. (2020). Photography can determine the sex of a predator with limited sexual dimorphism: A case study of the powerful owl. Global Ecology and Conservation. e00959.

Ashman, K., Rendall, AR., Symonds, M. & Whisson, DA. (2020). Understanding the role of plantations in the abundance of an arboreal folivore. Landscape and Urban Planning. 193. pp.103684.


Halstead, L., Sutherland, DR., Valentine, L., Rendall, AR., Coetsee, A. & Ritchie, E. (2019). Digging up the dirt: Quantifying the effects on soil of a translocated ecosystem engineer. Austral Ecology. 45 (1), pp 97-108.

Rendall, AR., Cooke, R., White, JG. & Weston, M. (2019). Zonation of a small mammal community within coastal dunes. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 217, pp 206-210.


Hagens, SV., Rendall, AR. & Whisson, DA. (2018). Passive acoustic surveys for predicting species’ distributions: Optimising detection probability. PLoS ONE, 13 (7): e0199396.

Rendall, AR., Coetsee, A. & Sutherland, DR. (2018). Predicting suitable release sites for assisted colonisations: a case study of eastern barred bandicoots. Endangered Species Research, 36, pp. 137-148.


Legge, S., Murphy, B.P., McGregor, H., Woinarski, J.C.Z., Augusteyn, J., Ballard, G., Baseler, M., Buckmaster, T., Dickman, C.R., Doherty, T., Edwards, G., Eyre, T., Fancourt, B.A., Ferguson, D., Forsyth, D.M., Geary, W.L., Gentle, M., Gillespie, G., Greenwood, L., Hohnen, R., Hume, S., Johnson, C.N., Maxwell, M., McDonald, P.J., Morris, K., Moseby, K., Newsome, T., Nimmo, D., Paltridge, R., Ramsey, D., Read, J., Rendall, AR., Rich, M., Ritchie, E., Rowland, J., Short, J., Stokeld, D., Sutherland, D.R., Wayne, A.F., Woodford, L. & Zewe, F. (2017). Enumerating a continental scale threat: How many feral cats are in Australia? Biological Conservation, 206, pp. 293-303.

Cooke, R., Grant, H., Ebsworth, I., Rendall, AR., Isaac, B. & White, J. (2017). Can owls be used to monitor the impacts of urbanisation? A cautionary tale of variable detection. Wildlife Research,  44 (7) , pp. 206 – 210.


Weaving, M.J., White, J.G., Isaac, B., Rendall, AR. & Cooke, R. (2016). Adaptation to urban environments promotes high reproductive success in the tawny frogmouth (Podargus strigoides), an endemic nocturnal bird species. Landscape and Urban Planning, 150, pp. 87 – 95.


Rendall, AR., Sutherland, DR., Cooke, R. & White, JG. (2014). Camera trapping: A contemporary approach to monitoring invasive rodents in high conservation priority ecosystems. PLoS ONE, 9 (3): e86592.