A keen birdwatcher and naturalist since childhood, Danny Rogers has been deeply involved in shorebird research and conservation since starting a PhD on migratory shorebird ecology in North-western Australia with Charles Sturt University. Currently, Danny is in a research position with the Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research where he conducts a variety of applied waterbird projects including ratio-telemetry studies on waterbirds. He also chairs the scientific committee of the Australiasian Wader Studies Group. He is a co-author of the recently published 'The Australian Bird Guide'for CSIRO publishing, as well as the 'Handbook of Australian, New Zealand and Antarctic Birds'. An engaging speaker with a noticeable passion for his area of expertise, Danny's keynote presentation is sure to enthrall participants.
- 30-min presentations by 17 speakers in addition to the introductory and keynote speakers;
- Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea on the Saturday;
- Morning tea and lunch on the Sunday.
For a full list of speakers click here
Campout - September 10th and 11th
Broome Bird Observatory