Jenni is passionate about invasive species, particularly feral cats. Previously Jenni has worked at the Fitzgerald Biosphere Group, the Wilson Inlet Catchment Committee, and the Oyster Harbour Catchment Group, where she still works on a voluntary and casual basis.
Her previous 20-plus years of experience as a veterinary nurse brings extra talents and skills to the role as does her work in a wildlife clinic and bird hospital.
Jenni works two days a week on the project while maintaining some casual work at the Mt Barker Veterinary Hospital.
Our Steering Committee
Sarah Comer Is the Regional Ecologist for DBCA in the South Coast Region of WA, a position she has been privileged to work in for over 20 years. Sarah’s work is focused on conservation: implementing threatened species recovery programs, monitoring and management of native species, and integrating fire ecology and science into management of biodiversity in the region. Sarah is currently completing a PhD studying feral cat ecology in south coastal ecosystems.
Anne Bondin Used to belong to the local branch of the Wildflower Society of WA, but after a few years a growing interest in birds led her to join BirdLife Australia. Currently, she is the convenor of the Albany branch. She is particularly interested in endangered species and has been a member of the South Coast Threatened Birds Recovery Team for two decades. With the help of the community, she is hoping that we can reduce the impact cats are having on our wildlife.