Australia’s threatened bird populations have dropped by more than half in the last few decades. But researchers hope a world-first data project can help save our birds that are at risk of extinction.
The NSW Government’s program committed to securing the future of threatened species across the state is supporting our Conservationist of the Year Award in 2018.
The conflict between wombats and farmers continues.
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.
This isn’t the first time the Mary River turtle has been issued a red alert.
Victoria’s only significant population of Major Mitchell’s cockatoos is in terminal decline. Can a ground breaking new approach save the birds?
A photograph of the critically endangered night parrot— rarely glimpsed by humans due to their nocturnal nature and small numbers— has been captured in Queensland.
A campaign is underway to fully fund a volunteer program focused on monitoring and feeding the rare orange-bellied parrot.