Bron is a zoologist, writer and artist. After a long academic career in museums and universities, she swapped the city for the countryside. She is currently living in a busy little farming town set among the rainforests and volcanic scenery of the Atherton Tablelands in tropical Far North Queensland.
She has an Honours degree and a PhD in zoology, and a lifelong love of nature. That love of nature has taken her across Australia and around the world as a client of Inala Nature Tours. Bron has travelled with Inala from Lake Eyre to Lake Argyle, from the Oodnadatta Track to Iron Range, and to Chile, Uganda, Romania, and Papua New Guinea.
Bron co-authored ‘The Inala Nature Tours Guide to Birds of Bruny Island, Tasmania’ with Tonia. She also writes about wildlife, citizen science and nature-based travel, and her work appears regularly in the Guardian. ( https://bronwenscott.com )