Previous Serventy Memorial lectures

April 2016

Shocking science: the natural history of animal electroreception

Professor Shaun Collin

March 2015

My Life as a Naturalist:
Eric McCrum

March 2014

The Kimberley Coast – Naturally
Kevin Coate OAM

April 2013

Bird pollination of eucalypts on old landscapes: a new perspective
Professor Stephen Hopper,
Winthrop Professor of Biodiversity CENRM (UWA Albany) and School of Plant Biology, UWA

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September 2012

“Wild about the Suburbs” Does wildlife have a place in our city?
Mike and Mandy Bamford, Ecologists and Environmental Educators

September 2011

Whose Museum is it anyway?
Alec Coles, OBE, CEO of the WA Museum

September 2010

Under a Regent Moon
Professor: Kevin Kenneally AM, University of Western Australia

March 2009

Western Australia: a Cornucopia of Biological Wonders:
Professor Lyn Beazley AO, Chief Scientist

July 2008

Private Sector Conservation in Australia:
Martin Copley (Founder and Chairman of Australian Wildlife Conservancy)

November 2007

Marsupial Tales: From Wallabies to Honey Possums:
Professor Marilyn Renfree

November 2006

Humpback Whales:
Micheline & Curt Jenner

September 2005

Protecting Australia’s World Heritage Values:
John Sinclair

May 2004

Urban Naturalists’ Heritage: A review of research on and from Kings Park and Botanic Garden:
Dr Steve Hopper, Chief Executive Officer of the Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority

October 2003

Vanished Giants of Western Australia:
Dr John Long, Curator of Vertebrate Palaeontology. WA Museum

October 2002

Sustainability, Science, and Society in Western Australian Forest Management:
Dr Michael Calver, Senior Lecturer in Biological Sciences. Murdoch University.

May 2001

Les terres Australes – the Squandering of a Legacy:
Professor Don Bradshaw, Department of Zoology. The University of Western Australia

February 2000

William Dampier – Australia’s First Naturalist Historian:
Dr Alex George

May 1999

Kenya Safari: an Aussie Perspective:
Jennifer & Barry Muir

October 1998

Broome & Beyond:
Daphne Edinger & Kevin Kenneally

August 1996

Birds of Kings Park:
Harry Recher

August 1991

Sea Lions and Death Adders/Recherche Archipelago:
John Dell

June 1990

Inaugural lecture: The Individual and the Environment: Vincent Serventy