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Ecological Consultants Australia

Mia Dalby-Ball of Ecological Consultants Australia presented at the “Future Directions for Coastal, Ocean and Port Management in NSW” Seminar put on by Engineers Australia – Sydney Branch and specifically by the NSW COPEP Committee.  The ½ day seminar was organised by Dr Kate Panayotou Principal Environmental Scientist  Coastal Management and Stakeholder Engagement GHD SYDNEY

Presentations were on a range of topics allowing the audience an opportunity to understand the latest and future directions in our coast, ocean and port industry.

Mia presented on Incorporating Ecological Outcomes into Coastal, Port and Ocean Infrastructure.

It was an terrific day and we have received very positive feedback about the range of presentations, that allowed the audience to gain a real feeling of what are some of the real and tangible future directions in our industry.

People walked away armed with new information, thoughts, innovations and most importantly a feeling that although the future in our industry may be challenging, it is exciting, possible, within our reach and up to us. Thank you Dr Kate Panayotou Principal Environmental Scientist  Coastal Management and Stakeholder Engagement GHD SYDNEY

All the Best

Mia Dalby-Ball

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Dragonfly Environmental - Wildlife Tree Assessments

Dragonfly Environmental – Wildlife Tree Assessments

 

Dragonfly Environmental Images Umina

NRMA Umina Beach Resort. Fauna Survey by Dragonfly Environmental   Possum created high-rise in Hollow

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Egg and Possum Skull found in Tree Hollow – Owl expected.

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Noisy Minors – prolific

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Hollows in trees – great habitat

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Brush tail Possum in tree hollow

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Habitat for many animals including Micro-bats – under the flaking wood.

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Male Water Dragon – just outside the resort

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Scaly Breasted Lorikeet

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Entrance to the Ocean – Umina Beach

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White’s Skink in a tree hollow,  Photo Cameron Radford

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Brush-tail Possums common and abundant – seen here with red filter over the spotlight – the red reduces the brightness of the light and is less disturbing to wildlife.

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Bushland adjoining the resort – termite nest with Kookaburra nest (above)   Kookaburra leaving nest (below)

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Bushland adjoining the resort – Satin Bower Bird display area – Wonderful!

Ecology Tree Assessments

Cameron inspecting the tree hollow and signs of wild-life.

Tree inspection for wildlife by Dragonfly Environmental

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