Latest flora and fauna News

Bursary supports artists from bush
Herding wild buffalo and cattle from space
ACT grasslands and woodlands listed as critically endangered
A Fraying Lifeline in a Drying Climate
Local artist helps make a colourful splash in Mount Hawthorn
State Government announces assessment guidelines to increase copper…
Iconic Bluff Knoll walk trail reopened after bushfires
Council preparing for 2020 bushfire season
Responsible firewood collection helps protect native species
Volunteers vital in supporting Tasmania’s natural and cultural heritage
Election commitment delivered to save Beeliar Wetlands
Emerald Lake Park and Mt Cannibal reopening with changes
Development Application on Exhibition – Friday, 15 May to Friday,
Nature Photography Competition returns for third year
68% of Australians want stronger environmental laws, new poll shows
East Gippsland conservationists battling to protect ‘last known’ endangered plant species win funding from Landcare Australia’s $300,000 Bushfire
Nearly 1000 sign up for ACT bushfire recovery supported by Landcare Australia regeneration grant
Nearly 1000 sign up for ACT bushfire recovery supported by Landcare Australia grant
Fire retardant rainforest revegetation and native wildlife feeding just some of projects receiving support from Landcare Australia’s $300,000 bushfire
Supporting Victoria’s Much Loved Wildlife Attractions
‘S’ for safety at Burra ‘S’ bends
Govt declares war with environment with plans to scrap protection laws
More than 200 artists receive Council grants
Artist Sam Yong transforms Collingwood Senior Citizens Centre
Southampton biologist opens up natural world during COVID-19 lockdown
Citizen science to aid bushfire recovery
Greens back calls for review of Australia’s environment laws to be extended
Native bushland park opened
Protecting Bayside’s foreshore
Costa Georgiadis wants kids stuck inside at home to send a photo of ‘What’s
$2 million to develop biosecurity screening project
Top 10 National Parks Near Adelaide
First book by Journalism lecturer reveals rescuer’s wild life
Signage showcases history of natural attractions
Mount Canobolas rises from ashes with some new finds
First steps to bushfire recovery in ACT parks
Johanna DeMaine retrospective exhibition
Bribie Island’s natural wonders and wildlife receive more protections with new number plate recognition
Scouting for litter on Clean Up Australia Day
Whitsundays to become next Reef climate change refuge
Conserving our bushland reserves at Valley Reserve and Damper Creek Reserve
Koala Forum attracts expert speakers
Cattai Creek Catchment: Local platypus project needs your help
Rangers rescue Jarrah juvenile platypus
Cleaning up Campaspe
Bushfires mean energy price rises inevitable in short-term; but on target to drop
Pop-up art exhibition at Territory Wildlife Park
Police investigate deliberately lit fires at Frankston North