Greg completed a Bachelor of Science at Macquarie University, Sydney in 1985, a Master of Science at the University of New England, Armidale in 2000 and a Doctor of Philosophy in 2008. The Masters research was on the Eastern Osprey in northern New South Wales and the PhD research was titles “Ecology, conservation and management of the Black-necked Stork Ephippiorhynchus asiaticus australis”.
He works as an ecological consultant in the Clarence Valley of New South Wales and conducts tours for overseas visitors and local residents. He is also a Discovery Ranger with the National Parks & Wildlife Service and has worked for periods of months as a Ranger in the Grafton office.
Greg has published over 50 papers and notes on wildlife, mainly birds.
Greg’s research on the iconic species, the Black-necked Stork, covered most aspects of the biology and ecology of the species.
Dr Greg. P. Clancy
Ecologist and Birding-wildlife Guide
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