Seventeen Aussie birds and mammals to disappear in the next 20 years
A number of our unique native birds and mammals are likely to disappear in the next 20 years unless Australia improves its protection of endangered species.Read More
When Joseph Banks first arrived in Australia
It has been 250 years since naturalist Joseph Banks sailed to the Pacific with James Cook aboard HMB Endeavour. During the voyage, Banks and his team made the first scientific collections of Australian flora. Their specimens were sketched by Sydney Parkinson, whose pioneering illustrations were published last year.
The plight of NSW koalas
The number of koalas in NSW is plummeting because of road collisions, dog attacks and land clearing.
A day in the life of an Australian environmental lawyer
We spoke to the principal solicitor of the Environmental Defenders Office NSW about what it’s like being an environmental lawyer in Australia in 2018.
Wattle like you’ve never seen it before
In 2001, writer Terri Cowley and photographer Esther Beaton travelled Australia to discover the versatility and resilience of our native wattle species for the January-March issue of AG.
Feather transplant gives tawny lucky break
A complex procedure has given an injured tawny frogmouth a new lease on life – shortening its recovery from up to a year to just six days.
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