Quincy Augustine is a Wildlife Biologist from the island of Grenada obtaining his degree in Marine, Wildlife and Conservation Biology from the St. George’s University in Grenada.
Due to his outstanding knowledge of birds in Grenada, he had the opportunity to work with master’s students from the University of Manitoba, assisting them in bird identification and bird banding. In addition, he was selected to be trained and certified to be a Caribbean Conservation Leader.
Quincy became an active contributing member to a locally grown NGO called Gaea Conservation Network where he improved his research skillset and worked directly on conservation issues on both the local and regional levels. Today, he currently holds the position as the Education Outreach Officer within the organization.
Quincy volunteers his time to assist veterinarian students from the St. George’s University in their research on bats. He is also a Global South Bat member where he works with researchers from Africa, Caribbean and Latin America on bat-related research and projects. He currently works as a Project Support Staff at the Caribbean Cooperative Measurement, Reporting and Verification Hub (MRV Hub), with the Windward Islands Research & Education Foundation (WINDREF). He also assists Environmental Protection in the Caribbean (EPIC) as a Project Assistant on the Grenadines Seabirds program.
He continues his work involving birds and mammals, especially bats across the Caribbean, Africa, and South America. Outside of wildlife, he enjoys sports and travel.