To celebrate Threatened Species Day this coming Friday the Threatened Species Commissioner Sally Box is holding a bake off with a twist— all baked goods must be of your favourite threatened species. Use the #TSBakeoff hashtag to enter your cake into the bake off before this Friday.
Millions of people in this country feed birds everyday and they are not going to stop, says Darryl.
It’s easy to determine what you shouldn’t be feeding birds, but answering the question on whether or not we should be feeding them anything at all has scientists divided.
By repurposing seafood shells discarded by diners these conservationist are restoring southern Australia’s shellfish reefs.
Just like humans, birds have a sweet tooth that can throw their diets off-balance.
To celebrate Threatened Species Day this Thursday the TS Commissioner, Greg Andrews is holding a bake off with a twist— all baked goods must be of your favourite threatened species. Greg will be judging entries alongside Dr Bec West from UNSW and Annabel Crabb. Entries close this Thursday.
There are more than 6000 edible plants in Australia not widely used for food today. Many of these would consume less water and fertiliser than currently cultivated species. Australian Geographic thanks the Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust, Sydney.