National Geographic Women’s Fund
- To monitor macaw nests in the Peruvian Amazon
National Geographic Collaborative Grant
- Apply microchip technology as a forensic conservation tool to protect turtles in Palawan, The Philippines. (Co-PI)
National Geographic Early Career Grant
- Interview rangers and villagers in Komodo National Park, Indonesia, about their relationship with the park and to threats yellow-crested cockatoos, record vocalisations of cockatoos there and compare with urban counterparts in Hong Kong.
HKU School of Biological Sciences Pilot Scheme Award
- Travel to Singapore and work in the Avian Evolutionary Lab at the National University of Singapore, conduct ancient DNA extraction and bioinformatics analysis.
Wildlife Reserves Singapore Regional Grant
- Conduct two field seasons in Singapore to investigate yellow-crested cockatoo abundance, distribution and interactions with other cavity nesting bird species, and design, deploy and maintain rooftop cage traps for cockatoos in Hong Kong. (Co-PI)
Ocean Park Conservation Foundation
- Compare Hong Kong’s introduced population of yellow-crested cockatoos with the largest remaining native population in Indonesia, measure abundance of large trees in each location, roost/nest density and distribution, and population trends over time. (Co-PI)