Dr Damon Oliver has worked on the conservation of threatened species for over 30 years, including nearly 25 years with the NSW Department of Planning and Environment, where he is Senior Team Leader – Ecosystems and Threatened Species, South East Branch, Biodiversity and Conservation. He has primarily focused on the ecology and management of threatened woodland and grassland birds, but has a background in pollination and vegetation ecology.
He currently manages a team of 8 staff in Queanbeyan, focusing on the recovery of threatened plants, animals and ecological communities in the southeast of NSW. Damon particularly enjoys collaborating with community stakeholders and NGOs who share his passion to protect and improve the conservation status of threatened birds in regional landscapes, including the superb parrot and other woodland birds.
Meetings are held at 7.30pm at Oatley Uniting Church Hall and on-line by ZOOM (email firstname.lastname@example.org for ZOOM Meeting Id and Password; members will be emailed a link).