We'll have to get our priorities in order to protect Australia's wildlife.
Bird feathers can tell us a lot about their owners and the places they visit.
The extinction threat you haven't heard of: several South American birds teeter on the brink of existence due to habitat loss. And history is not the best guide for how to save them.
Drones don’t pose much of a risk to traditional aviation. Our research shows that collisions with manned aircraft are far more likely to involve a bird.
More than half of the remaining habitat for Queensland's southern black-throated finches is potentially subject to mining development. If these mines go ahead, it will be bad news for these birds.
Australian birds are arguably among the smartest in the world, displaying complex behaviours comparable to those observed in great apes.
There are birds we love to hate, such as the Noisy Miner. But much of the annoying behaviour on show may be a result of human-induced changes to habitats.
Africa is traditionally known as the cradle of human-kind. But research shows that it is also the cradle of bird-kind, for gamebirds at least.
Next time you plan a holiday you can rest assured that wildlife sightseeing can help some threatened species.
When it comes to cheating, humans are not alone in the animal world.
Biodiversity is known to suffer in human-altered agricultural areas. But the Verreaux Eagle is an exception and has seen its numbers increase in agricultural land..
Reintroduction programs can really help stop the decline of the southern ground hornbills.
Have a look in your garden - you might be surprised at some of the native animals that thrive there when the weather's hot.
Our entire knowledge of one of Australia's extinct ancient giant birds is flawed because experts have been looking at remnants of the wrong egg the whole time.
In many parts of the world, Christmas and mistletoe are inextricably intertwined. But in the natural world, mistletoe has long fascinated naturalists and scientists.
There are hundreds of places to see birds close to Australian cities.
Animals can be remarkably reminiscent of humans when it comes to relationships – changing behaviour, eating habits and even friends for the sake of their mates.
South Africa's pied crows are moving to areas where the climate suits them more.
Some Australian birds are pushing out other species, and even damaging trees. The good news is we can help stop the spread of these birds, by putting native plants in our gardens.
Geese droppings on golf courses are a source of great irritation for golfers . They are now calling for the birds to be properly managed.