A new citizen science project using eDNA technology to map the distribution of platypuses in Victoria will hopefully help reverse declines.
Here, we look back on the winning images from the past decade.
These dogs deter predators with their scent and also keep watch throughout the night, helping our most embattled native species.
These are the official shortlisted images for the Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year awards for 2020.
In this category, we asked for photos of flora or fauna that have been deemed threatened, rare, vulnerable or endangered. This shortlist is a reminder of how many beautiful animals face extinction if we do not act. These photos will be exhibited at the South Australian Museum in Adelaide from Friday 28 August until Sunday 15 November 2020.
A study conducted with a large international team suggests hunting is a likely key threat to migrating birds.
Surprised? Rabbits have come in at number one according to a new report on the worst invasive species.
The decline of Tasmanian devils is having an unusual knock-on effect: animal carcasses would once have been gobbled up in short order by devils are now taking many days longer to disappear.