Threatened species affected by the 2019–20 bushfires are setting up home in purpose-built nesting boxes on the NSW north coast.
Firehawks – the back kite, whistling kite, and brown falcon – pick up smoldering grass and sticks from raging bushfires and transport them up to a kilometre away, cornering their prey.
There’s hope for the giant burrowing frog after Melbourne Zoo successfully collected tadpoles to begin a breeding program.
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.