The link between global warming and increased rainfall events is well known, but scientists say our infrastructure may not cope at this rate.
Radiocarbon dating on the oldest dingo bones ever found has sparked a re-think of the arrival date for Australia’s iconic canines.
In the second stages of the mapping project, the number of massacres has increased from 172 to 240.
Areas of ocean wilderness, untouched by human impact, are sparse in number according to new research.
Camera footage captured attempts by feral cats to ambush the possum.
Breeding season for the critically endangered swift parrot is being impacted by a lack of available trees.
On Saturday, 28 July, Australia will have front-row seats to the rare astronomical event.
“Every minute I’m not out looking, a wombat joey dies in its mother’s pouch”: The horrors of wombat roadkillNews
Wildlife carers driving along rural New South Wales roads are concerned about the rates wombats are dying from road collisions.