Adjunct Senior Lecturer, Centre for Ecosystem Science, UNSW

I am a behavioural ecologist with a long-standing interest in the flying-foxes of south-eastern Australia. For 25 years I have been involved with conservation- and management-based research and with communicating the outcomes of that research to the scientific community, wildlife managers, land managers and stakeholder groups. I am actively involved in public education and outreach. I hold an adjunct position at the University of New South Wales, run a private consultancy business and hold formal and informal advisory positions with various government agencies.

Academic qualifications:
PhD - University of New England 1997
BA (Zoology) Colorado College - Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa - 1974

Honours

Phi Beta Kappa (USA); T.J. Watson Fellowship for International Study; Fellow Royal Zoological Society NSW; Bat Conservation Internaltion Award