Anne has over 20 years industry experience and has extensive report writing, project management, contracts management and field experience with an excellent understanding of ecology and aquatic and terrestrial flora and fauna. Anne’s passion for Australian fauna began at an early age and her first job was as a zoo keeper at the Australian Reptile Park. More recently Anne worked as an Environmental Manager for an alliance of private companies delivering infrastructure projects for Sydney Water, as an aquatic systems officer examining stormwater delivery and receiving waters’ health, as a field ecologist, undertaking research, field trials, fauna and flora assessments and vegetation mapping for various companies and agencies including NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service. Anne has extensive experience in terrestrial and aquatic fauna identification, stormwater delivery, environmental planning and assessment, legislative requirements, riparian restoration, bush fire ecology,  and wetland ecology.  Anne has also worked as an environmental educator and excels in community and stakeholder consultation. Anne holds a Bachelor of Science (Conservation Biology) from Macquarie University, and a Master of Wildlife Management degree (research interest: metapopulation dynamics in fragmented environments). Anne has undertaken many industry-based training courses and post-graduate study at the University of Canberra to obtain AusRivas accreditation, including advanced identification. Anne Carey is on LinkedIn