Habitat Network - small bird habitat specialist
Kurtis Lindsay is a Senior Ecologist with Narla Environmental Pty Ltd.
He has been volunteering his professional services by providing ecological advice to the Habitat Network since 2009. In addition to his work with the Habitat Network, Kurtis has volunteered with BirdLife Australia and likes to get his hands dirty in other local conservation initiatives and bush care. Some of his proudest achievements include assisting with the listing of a rare, Sydney endemic land snail, Pommerhelix duralensis (Dural Land Snail) as an endangered species under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999.
Kurtis's involvement with the Habitat Network has included assisting in the development and implementation of different facets of the Ryde/Hunter's Hill small bird project. His main contributions have included project planning, bird surveys and mapping. He also lead "Twilight Twitter" bird walks. These walks have proven to be popular and educational for people of all ages who are interested in the Habitat Network and small birds, bird watching or learning about their local environment in general.
You can contact Kurtis via the Habitat Network by emailing [email protected]