Following the second session of the forum, we held a question and answer session facilitated by Paul Willis. The presentations covered by this plenary session were:
Back to the future: Aerial surveillance from ‘blimps’ for ecology and conservation (Kye Adams et al. University of Wollongong)
Using drones to monitor large and complex breeding bird colonies (Mitchell Lyons, University of NSW)
Sniffing solutions to enhance koala conservation (Romane Cristescu et al. University of the Sunshine Coast)
Collect, connect, upscale: revolutionising the uptake of citizen science in bird research and conservation (Micha Jackson, University of Queensland).