Phone: 0409 786 659

Ecological and Wildlife Consultancy

Our professional services and expertise cover a range of activities including: 

  • Environmental Assessments
  • Threatened Species Surveys
  • Habitat Restoration and Threatened Species Management Plans
  • Fauna Spotter Catcher Services
  • Wildlife Documentary and Photographic Consultancy
  • Animal handling for film, television and commercials
  • Remote fieldwork for scientific research

SSSAFE's Principal Ecologist, Garon Staines, has over 15 years experience in environmental management, ecological surveys and assessments. SSSAFE Director Craig Adams is an experienced field ecologist and has worked in most Australian habitats, including travelling to some of the country's most remote locations in search of venomous spiders and snakes for inclusion in Venom Program and for scientific purposes. SSSAFE engages only experts in their respective fields and has provided services to mining, construction, government and the private sector.

With his wife, Jackie, Craig has featured in numerous National Geographic and Discovery Channel programs on the world’s most venomous creatures: feature documentaries include the Snake Wranglers (Nat Geo), Hunt for the Lost Serpent and Toad Warriors/Venom Hunters (Animal Planet). He worked alongside Steve Irwin as a consultant on his film “Oceans’ Deadliest” and continues to work periodically with Steve’s best friend John Stainton in an advisory and “to camera” role.  As an animal consultant for world renowned wildlife photographer Gregory Colbert’s Australia tour and the BBC Deadly 60 Series, the Sydney University School of Biological Sciences Introduction to Field Research and the Broad Headed Snake Recovery Program, with Dr Jonathan Webb.  Together with Jackie, they have also featured in numerous other television, print media and documentary films and is acknowledged by his peers as the “go to” person in his industry.

Whatever your environmental or fauna related needs be assured that a SSSAFE professional can meet them.