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Linh Do has been named Young Conservationist of the Year at the 2013 AG Society Gala Awards.
Colin Putt has accepted the Lifetime of Adventure award at the 2013 AG Society Gala Awards.
Ian Kiernan AO and Kim McKay AO of Clean Up have accepted the 2013 Lifetime of Conservation award.
Ryan Campbell has been named Young Adventurer of the Year at the 2013 AG Society Gala Awards.
Only time will tell how badly the current bushfires will affect the wildlife of NSW. Donate now.
Fossicking has a long history in Australia, and travellers still try their luck at striking it rich.
The winners of the 2013 Australian Geographic Society awards have been announced.
The Northern Territory displayed some spectacular scenery for this avid nature photographer.
An otherworldly ogre-faced spider is the star of this week's reader photo.
One of the largest engineering feats in Australian history also encouraged early immigration.
The first spotted-tail quoll confirmed in Grampians National Park in 141 years has been caught on camera.
An Australian-led project has partnered with Google to record changing reef environments in 3D.
This week's reader photo is a beautiful sunrise over Encounter Bay in Victor Harbor, SA.
The orchid mantis, which imitates a flower to lure prey, attracts more insects than the real thing, say researchers.
A new study has revealed why tiny Australian marsupials mate frantically until they die.
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Australian Geographic joined researchers at the Great Barrier Reef to witness the dance of the local manta rays.
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AG editor-in-chief Chrissie Goldrick invites you to see the majestic wildlife of Sri Lanka.
A picture really is worth a thousand words when it’s underpinned by rigorous research and crafted with skill.
AG Reader Michael Murchie took this beautiful and eerie photo in far western Queensland.
Could the government have the 2013 addition to the Tasmanian World Heritage Area revoked, asks John Pickrell.
Sightings of the orange-wattled South Island kokako have been accepted as genuine says NZ conservation body.