Jeremy Coyne has expertise in ecological evaluations including fauna surveys, botanical surveys, habitat assessment, fauna salvage and threatened and endangered species surveys. He is responsible for the coordination and assistance in the delivery of projects in Victoria, and Queensland for various public and private sectors such as large-scale mining, forestry and wind farm projects for a range of industries including energy, mining, government, forestry, transport, rail, planning, property development and urban infrastructure.
Jeremy has experience in a range of targeted fauna survey techniques including call-playback and spotlighting, motion-sensing camera trapping, frog surveys, diurnal bird census, bird utilisation surveys for wind farms, harp trapping, trapping arboreal and terrestrial mammals, tile grid surveys for reptiles, Koala assessments, macroinvertebrate surveys and Eastern Grey Kangaroo population census. Jeremy has undertaken several large-scale targeted fauna surveys in remote areas of East Gippsland and the Victorian Central Highlands utilising a range of techniques, successfully recording the target species including Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 listed Spot-tailed Quoll, Long-footed Potoroo and Leadbeater's Possum.
Jeremy has extensive experience in team leadership and training, and has successfully managed the delivery of a range of environmental assessment projects including the coordination of fieldwork activities, report preparation and ongoing project management. Jeremy has a thorough understanding of Commonwealth and state environmental legislation and policies, including the Victorian native vegetation clearing regulations and significant impact guidelines for a wide range of federally-listed flora and fauna species.