Latest extinction News

New plan to turn back tide of extinction
Yarra Riverkeeper Association cleans up at Premier’s Sustainability Awards 2020
Less snowy winters produce camouflage mismatch in mountain hares
Ringo Starr of bird world heading for extinction
Global Environment Facility approves over $78 million to support FAO-led projects
Tiny turtles tough to drought
Biologist helps place starfish on critically endangered list
Mass Extinctions of Land-Dwelling Animals Occur in 27-Million-Year Cycle
Tasmanian devils may survive their own pandemic
Rising star awards for leading scientists
Mixed results for Yellow-eyed penguin/Hoiho on mainland, decline on Rakiura
New Mulligans Flat Woodland Sanctuary strategy
Life, universe and everything: some of our most-read science stories of 2020
Koalas and Fraser Island burned – climate will take Australia’s treasures
Rare numbats reintroduced to NSW national park
Swift action needed to help critically endangered parrot
Greater Bank donates 2500 trees to plant at Blackbutt Forest
Curious Kids: could dinosaurs evolve back into existence?
Appeal to find skink habitat vandals
Shellfish reef project wins Eureka Prize
Shellfish reef restoration nets top science award
Study shows plant extinction is more common than previously realized
Hold still, big cat: Vaccination could save Siberian tigers
Counting koalas won’t save national treasure
Ancient Western Port Grass Tree Forest Stripped and Vandalised by Sand Miners
One of Earth’s largest mass extinction events find a new home
New placement for one of Earth’s largest mass extinction events
More safe havens for threatened species
First fairy tern eggs impacted by wild weather
New Primate Species discovered in Myanmar
Red handfish juveniles released to boost endangered wild population
Researchers awarded $3.85million in Marsden Funding for ground-breaking projects
Large Volcanic Eruption Caused Largest Mass Extinction
First Australian night bees recorded in darkness
No social distancing in Cretaceous: New study finds earliest evidence for mammal social behavior
SAVE KOALA: Greens move for moratorium on habitat clearing
Students help save endangered tree
David Pocock retires from professional rugby
Citizen scientists can help save freshwater fish
Social media reveals location of threatened clown wedgefish
Wildlife bushfire recovery projects receive funding
Hope blooms for rare kākābeak
Conservation groups welcome Labor’s 10 year climate plan
Rainforests not humans drove megafauna extinction in Southeast Asia
Past Tropical Forest Changes Drove Megafauna and Hominin Extinctions
Grassland in place of rainforest in prehistoric South East Asia
NSW Government finalises koala SEPP
Shorebirds start nesting in Eastern Bay of Plenty