Damon Ramsey
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Damon Ramsey personal obsession in life is to see as many types of plants, animals and ecosystems as he can! His professional aim is to interpret all this nature and wildlife through his books, lectures, guiding and website. He completed his Biology degree very slowly at Charles Darwin University, NT, and James Cook University Queensland. Previous to this, he gained his qualifications in Outdoor, Adventure & Interpretative Guiding in the Blue Mountains, NSW. These courses led to a range of research assistant experiences, including bandicoots, bats, butterflies, birds and blossoms. He is the author and photographer of ‘ecosystem guides’, with books on the Rainforest and the Tropical Seashore, and an ongoing series of kindle books, including "Tropical Open Ocean", "Antarctic sea & shore" (2023) and "Subantarctic ocean & islands" (2024). Damon has worked as a guide & lecturer since 1998, including overnight jungle hikes, rock art tours, documentary film shoots, 4WD safaris, coral reef cruises, cycle tours, wildlife & bird-watching tours, and biology study programs. He was one of the directors for ETA, an educational company in Australia. For the last two decades most of his work has been as a guide & lecturer on expedition ships around the world. He has written over 160 different lectures, covering geography, geology, botany, & animals. His work and travel has taken him to over 50 countries across all 7 continents, from the Arctic to Antarctica, and the tropics of Africa, South America, Asia, and Australia in between.

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