You’ve probably seen an echidna puggle before, but have you ever seen a puggle with its spikes just coming through?
The AG-sponsored Three Peaks in Three Weeks expedition set out to document how climate change is impacting Queensland’s tropical cloud forest communities.
Curt and Mich Jenner have been awarded the Lifetime of Conservation Award for their dedication to whale research and conservation.
Natalie Isaacs is awarded the Conservationist of the Year for founding the 1 Million Women movement.
‘Shark Girl’ Madison Stewart’s dedication to ocean and shark conservation has earned her the title of our 2017 Young Conservationist of the Year.
Jon Muir is the recipient of the Society’s highest honour that recognises those who haven’t just lived an extraordinary life of exploration and adventure, but who have given back and inspired others by their actions.
Sandy Robson, a record-breaking kayaker, successfully traveled from Germany to Australia, drawing attention to the state of our oceans along the way.
Lisa’s heroic journey sailing solo and unassisted around Antarctica has made her a worthy recipient of this year’s Spirit of Adventure Award.
Young engineering student Sam Mitchell has pioneered sustainable technologies making him the 2017 Young Adventurer of the Year.
This time-lapse sequence shows the transformation of the emerald fairy cicada, from a nymph exoskeleton, through to its completed adult form.