Latest wildlife News

One pass that can open local tourist attraction doors
Birds flock to breed in north-west NSW wetlands
Upgrades Set To Begin at Territory Wildlife Park
Simple vehicle warning systems as effective as more complex ones: University of Toronto study
Film reveals efforts to save world’s rarest stork
Have your say on draft Boodjamulla National Park management plan
More Native Trees For Wadawurrung Country
$20 million to get rid of pests and weeds
Fine for offender who removed native vegetation from Lake Rotoehu
Dryandra Woodland is Western Australia’s newest national park
Taronga Zoo partnership delivering new hope for injured koalas
Body of man located after search, NSW
Showcasing Macleay’s diverse wildlife at Slim Dusty Centre
Local animals to enjoy new water stations
Bass Coast recognised on world stage
Ningaloo takes centre stage in Tim Winton documentary series
Critical wildlife protected by City land purchase
Uncovering secrets of Northern Masked Owl
Cats trapped in trees, drains and rainwater tanks – read more in our team rescue wrap up
Sawn Rocks Picnic Area targeted
In memory of Professor Thomas Lovejoy 1941-2021
Council continues Covid support for artists
Aussie kids to help find new Australia Post mascot
Upstate residents skittish on building utility-scale solar
Grants available for partners in grime to clear illegal waste
Bonnie Vale campground reopens at Royal
Charges follow investigation into illegal trade of Australian native lizards
Aerial firefighting fleet bolstered
Conservation coup as endangered dibblers released into wild
Purple-crowned Fairy-wrens exhibiting unusual breeding behaviour
Protecting MidCoast Coastline
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Koolamara Waters totem
Bumper batch of kakī hatch for holidays
Salmon industry continues to deliver for Tasmania
Discovery and Wilderness Rangers ready for summer season
Cemetery Advisory Committee celebrates project achievements at end of term
More courts for Bayside basketballers
Boaties encouraged to be mindful of water birds over summer
High school co-eds pitch in to help save rare forest
‘Pinnacle’ views to be improved by National Parks and Wildlife Service
Hinchinbrook channel is clear: discarded crabbing gear gone
More than Christmas décor – mistletoe employed to measure ecosystem health
Increase in Great White shark sightings in Tauranga area
Treasure our great outdoors this summer and stay safe
Greater Gariwerd Traditional Owners invite you to learn visit and respect Country
Penguin taken to zoo uninjured