DAVIES (STEPHEN J.J.F)
26.04.1935 - 29.10.2020 Devoted husband to Wendy. Loved and admired Father to Elizabeth Read, Marion Seymour, Frances Davies, Sarah Wiese and their families. An inspirational mentor to many. You leave behind an incredible legacy from so many aspects of your life. May God grant you a safe lodging, a holy rest and peace at the last.
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DAVIES (DR STEPHEN)
Our deepest sympathy to Wendy and family on the passing of Stephen. He was an amazing and talented gentleman who has been an inspiration and mentor to his family, students and friends. Stephen has achieved so much in many fields during his life. It has been a privilege to know him.
Bob and Chris Wiese and family
DR STEPHEN J.J.F The Board, Staff, Network and WA Group of BirdLife Australia wish to acknowledge Stephen's enormous contribution to the organisation, to Australian ornithology and bird conservation.
Stephen had a central role in the development of the RAOU (one of BirdLife's predecessor organisations) as President and then as its first national Director. He was also Chair of the WA Group for many years, and was instrumental in projects such as the Atlas of Australian Birds, Bird Observatories and the South-West Waterbird Project. As a Fellow, he helped guide BirdLife in its role as a science-based conservation organisation. Stephen mentored numerous young scientists, as well as encouraging volunteers to assist in science and conservation projects. His long term research on Emus, Magpie Geese and Rangelands is world recognised.
Stephen was always willing to share his enthusiasm and knowledge of birds and he will be sadly missed.
Our sympathy to Wendy and family.
Our deepest sympathy to Wendy and family on your loss. They spent many family holidays working at Eyre Bird Observatory (EBO) stabilising the dunes. The EBO Management Committee would like to acknowledge the role Stephen played, establishing this facility and taking it through its infancy. Without Stephen there would have been no EBO today.
DAVIES STEPHEN All at the WA Gould League were sad to hear of the passing of former president Dr Stephen Davies and would like to acknowledge his pivotal role in the establishment of Herdsman Lake Wildlife Centre for the environmental education of schoolchildren and the wider community. His legacy will live on through the generations of young scientists who learnt from him, including current Staff and Councillors of WAGL. Our thoughts are with Mrs Davies, children and grandchildren.
DAVIES (DR STEPHEN)
A wise and gentle man who from his base on Mileura Station led research into the ecology of the Murchison range- land for over 50 years. In so doing he both enhanced our knowledge and enriched our lives. Deepest sympathy to Wendy, his four daughters and their families.
Mary and Matcham Walsh, Richard, Patrick and Fiona
DAVIES STEPHEN Professor Stephen Davies was a long standing board member and supporter of Whiteman Park and an integral planner of the Park's premier conservation project, Woodland Reserve. Stephen had a keen interest in the wildlife of the region and his vast knowledge, experience and enthusiasm will be greatly missed.
DAVIES DR STEPHEN The members of the Toodyay Naturalists' Club say a sad farewell to their mentor and supporter since its 1968 beginning and as Patron since 2004. Our sincere sympathy is extended to Mrs Davies and her Family.
Toodyay Naturalists' Club