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.
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.
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.
A year-long study into the decline of Australia’s boobook owls has revealed that the leading cause may be household rodenticides.
To celebrate Threatened Species Day take a close look at the hard work scientists are doing to prevent the extinction of our native animals.
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.