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The 2019-2020 bushfire season was devastating. Vast areas of pristine forest burned, many for the first time in memory. By some estimates, a billion native animals died up and down Australia’s east coast. Dozens of people died. Did it also give rise to the triple La Nina?
Wildlife on Kangaroo Island off South Australia is starting to bounce back exactly two years after it was ravaged by the worst bushfires in its history.
You’ve heard about the surviving glossy black cockatoos and koalas of Kangaroo Island, but what of its smaller inhabitants?
A critical population of rare rock-wallabies rescued from the flames of the Black Summer fires is finally returned home safely.
A new study has found that the bushfires may have caused a two per cent decline in platypus populations as the fires razed their habitat.
Fourteen koalas injured during last summer’s devastating Victorian bushfires have finally returned home.
Scientists implore us to rethink the notion of a blackened landscape and embrace the positive qualities of contained fires.
The annual Aussie Backyard Bird Count will take place between 19-25 October and there’s never been a better time to get involved.