Passionate anglers who volunteer their time to create and restore fish habitat in Australia’s waterways, have been left heartbroken as mass fish kills continue in a 40-kilometre stretch of the Darling River, near the town of Menindee in far western NSW.
Ozfish launch new project to restore habitat in Port Phillip Bay
Carp were mustered, Tilapia were busted and a whole lot of fun was had!
Danny has over 30 years of experience as a professional Natural Resources Manager with a particular skill base in recreational fishing management and freshwater ecology. He spent 15 years working for the SA Government before embarking on a consulting career with international consulting firms SKM and RPS.
Early in his professional career Danny was fortunate enough to work on the River Murray in South Australia where he assisted community groups in delivering numerous on-ground wetland restoration and environmental flow projects,
Danny now runs his own consulting firm on recreational fishing and natural resource management.
OzFish will be planting Trees for Fish on Emigrant Creek, Saturday 20 October from 10am and we want everyone to lend a hand!