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Felicity Bairstow

Growing up in the small town of Kukerin in WA’s Great Southern watching her dad advocate for the conservation of bushland and lakes in the district, Felicity now devotes her life to leaving the planet a better place for future generations.

For the past 30 years Felicity has been advocating for the protection of Perth's urban bushland and wetlands, being the founding and current convenor of Save Beeliar Wetlands, and currently involved with the Rehabilitating Roe 8 Project, WA Insect Study Society, Wildflower Society, Wetlands Conservation Society, Waterbird Conservation Group and The Wetlands Centre Cockburn.

Felicity believes one key to the long-term conservation of our natural areas is discovering the activist living inside us all.