Latest citizen science News

Capture Changing Coastlines In CoastSnap Competition
Injection of $350,000 for volunteer groups to safeguard Canberra’s natural environment
Engaging science grants spark STEM interest and protect environment
BREAKING: Community group files legal action with the Federal Court after endangered glider found killed by logging machinery
New Modelling Method To Aid Wildlife Conservation
High stalks: Could rhubarb be New York State’s next big crop?
On Front Line With Reef’s Vital Volunteers
Hatching New Beginning At 60
On Front Line With Saltmarsh Monitoring Volunteers
Cotton research showcased to international brands, retailers and NGOs
Flocking Together – How citizen science volunteers are making a difference in shorebird conservation
Making merry: how we brought Melbourne’s Merri Creek back from pollution, neglect and weeds
SciStarter Australia Is New Home For Citizen Science
You Might Find Rare Species In Your Backyard
Southern Cross University researchers take our backyard to the world
Marine Monitoring Milestones To Headline Talk At MAGNT
The big dry: forests and shrublands are dying in parched Western Australia
Eclipses aren’t just visual spectacles, they are at the heart of scientific efforts to understand distant planets
From crisis to conservation: almost 100 Bellinger River snapping turtles in largest release yet
2024 City Nature Challenge
Draft Ballarat Biodiversity Strategy open for consultation
Seagrass Meadows Face Uncertain Future
Citizen scientist group finds 15 rare ‘active asteroids’
Study links microplastics with human health problems – but there’s still a lot we don’t know
Help Make Myrtle Rust Dust
Making an impact – funding environmental biosecurity innovation
On Front Line With Reef Community Scientists
Citizen scientists’ ‘glass eel’ data helps protect Hudson River
Community Collaboration Takes Sting Out Of Varroa Mite
Rebecca French: ‘Caring for people and land is vital for the Reef’
Citizen scientists hop to it with rabbit virus tracking project
Health expenses huge burden for Aboriginal families
New study aims to unlock secrets of effective stress management
Leading environmental scientist takes reins
Do you have what it takes to become Nature Steward?
Watching grass dry critical to keeping Victorians safe this summer
How to help KI wildlife thrive
City of Canada Bay wins at Environment Awards
Blending the school curriculum to create eco warriors
Phillip Island community rally together to reduce road toll on wildlife
Citizen scientists help discover new mantis species
City adds 7 new environmental projects to its Operational Plan
Council commits to expand aquaculture industry
How citizens are helping science change future
Cook Government supports local conservation initiatives
NaturallyGC popularity helping to support our natural city
Another Wilderness to Water guided walking tour planned for December
On front line with mighty mangroves