#158 September – October 2020
The cover star for our July – August issue is an western pygmy possum, photographed by Jannico Kelk. In this issue, explore all the winning images from the Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year competition! We also analyse this year’s volcano tragedy on White Island, celebrate the dogs on the front line of conserving our wildlife, explore the colours of Tumby Bay in South Australia, and we look at the innovative ways scientists are protecting Australia’s bees.
Also in this issue we’re giving away two copies of the Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year diary and calendar. Enter here.
Our fundraiser this issue is the plains-wanderer. Habitat loss and land cultivation have led to there being fewer than 1000 plains-wanderers left in the wild. Help the AG Society to help Trust for Nature partner with local landholders to protect precious grasslands, and give this unique bird a place to live forever. Donate here.
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