Latest Conservation News

Commercially fished shark species declared critically endangered
New support package for wildlife institutions
Himalayan tahr control to protect national parks
Brush it off: true cost of weeds
Boost for community freshwater restoration projects
Funding for Predator Free Whangārei
New transformational tools for Predator Free 2050 effort
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[New solar farm] means 300 renewables jobs for Gladstone
Queensland Community Alliance members to pitch [‘Maroonprint’] to Deb Frecklington
New Zealand First calls for tahr cull halt
Driver fights off deadly snake on highway
New investment creates over 2000 jobs to clean up waterways
Popular hut rebuilt
Funding to help deliver on five per cent disability employment target
Second phase of EPBC consultation begins
Kiwi confirmed in Coromandel reserve
Plan to improve protection of moa bones
Conservationists welcome NSW investment in non-lethal shark control, but nets still need to go
Reception no barrier to exploring Kalbarri National Park
Kawau Island Phoenix Palms deliberately poisoned
Whakatāne to go predator free with Government backing Ngāti Awa led efforts
NPWS calls on Hunter Central Coast women to help protect national parks and threatened wildlife
Campsites reopening in time for school holidays
Whakatāne to go predator free with Government backing Ngāti Awa led efforts
Shy species detected through new DNA technique
Ganyamalbaa Camping Area reopens to campers – Worimi Conservation Lands
Tourism operators provided extra support
Forestry scholarships grow diversity
Scathing Auditor-General’s report on environment law makes clear case for new, independent regulator
Response to ANAO report on EPBC Act controlled actions
Lack of action from Conservation Minister will cost jobs
Marine conservationists want ‘nets out now’ for our humpbacks
Shy species detected through new DNA technique
Australian-first hiking strategy to sustain boom in bushwalking and trail running
Farmers become stewards of rare carnivorous marsupials
Human impact throws tree seeding out of sync – new study
New protection for dolphins and support for changes to fishing methods
Retain integrity of renewable energy agencies: ACF
Tūturuatu breeding pairs rise on Waikawa Island
Science judges place CDU ecologist in top tier
Audit Office’s Damning Review into Sydney Water’s Poor Conservation Record Needs Urgent Inquiry
Bringing part of Floriade to Alexander Maconochie Centre
Lizards need their coffee too: could caffeine help bring threatened species back from brink
Final restorations for Sydney Town Hall
Conservation community pays tribute to a champion
Protect More Land After Fires or Face Mass Extinction in NSW
Sweet release – endangered regent honeyeaters soar