Latest invasive species News

Green industry yes, conservation no: a budget for people, not for nature
Remagine Art Prize 2024 Winner Announced
Ant Treatment To Go Sky High
Action to reverse the trend: NSW biodiversity outlook report
Friends of the Earth (FoE) – response to Victorian state budget 2024/25
Enough Talk – Just Do It
Oakey community information session on Red Imported Fire Ants at the Swartz Barracks, Oakey
Funding Boost To Save Threatened Freshwater Species
$13 Million Feral Pig Program Delivering Results
Is It Too Late To Win War On Fire Ants?
Livestock Vaccine Manufactured In NSW For First Time
Expert commentary: Flowering plant tree of life revealed
ACT parks and reserves closed for vertebrate pest control program
The path of pesticides: researcher named Australian representative for global prize
NFF calls on Australian governments to declare war on Red Imported Fire Ants
Landowners Asked To Help Weed Out Blackberry
Fire ants economic bite underestimated in government modelling: $2.5b per year in costs by 2035
5 reasons why the Fast-track Approvals Bill threatens NZ’s already fragile ecosystems
More Support For Communities To Tackle Pests
Saving Queensland’s Earless Dragons
Council Joins Task Force To Weed-out Invasive Species
New report ‘braids’ Indigenous and Western knowledge for forest adaptation strategies against climate change
New Management Plan For Local National Parks
Forestry Australia Welcomes Strathbogie Decision
Can a wild animal make your house feel like a home?
Protecting Our Easter Icon For Future Generations
Here Be Dragons
First platypus translocation in NSW results in breeding success
We need faster, better ways to monitor NZ’s declining river health – using environmental DNA can help
Flames Forge Future For Mount Ballow Mountain Frog
‘Climate rollercoaster’: strong weather fluctuations rocked Australia in 2023
A Strong Plan To Bring Our Flatties Back And Support Our Wild Fisheries
Help Make Myrtle Rust Dust
Making an impact – funding environmental biosecurity innovation
Parramatta to improve its local biodiversity with new eDNA survey
Buybacks To Be Fast-tracked In Water Recovery Framework
Australia’s first Indigenous-led recovery plan for the great desert skink (Tjakura)
World First In Fight Against Yellow Crazy Ants
New Sustainable Biosecurity Funding Advisory Panel locks in transparency
Weeds ‘slow Moving Bushfire’
Weeds, Waste and Invasive Species Information Sessions happening in Ca
Our native animals are easy prey after a fire. Could artificial refuges save them?
Mice surprise: researchers discover new native mammal species
NSW Alternatives To Buybacks Plan Small Step Forward
Citizen scientists hop to it with rabbit virus tracking project
Ridding Macquarie Island of pests pays off as seabirds come back from the brink – but recovery has just begun
New ecosystems, unprecedented climates: more Australian species than ever are struggling to survive
Concern for wildlife in WA heatwave