The paltry spending means many species severely impacted by the megafires were left in desperate trouble, potentially pushing some closer to extinction.
The true cost of marine conservation often falls on vulnerable coastal communities. Can a ‘beneficiary pays’ approach protect both endangered species and the communities dependent on them?
Butterflies are important pollinators. To find out how predators affect butterfly populations and diversity, butterfly decoys were used.
The Agricultural Internet of Things is making farming more efficient. An information technology expert describes some of the challenges of working with sensors and antennas underground.
Bans on importing hunting trophies risk harming, not helping, endangered species.
Pigeons simply don’t deserve the bad press they get.
A new map of more than 14,000 ant species around the world will guide efforts for discovery and conservation.
Double-lane freeways can act as lethal walls to wildlife. We found underpasses work well to give animals safe crossing.
Australia’s protected areas have grown and grown. But at the same time, ecosystems are falling apart. How can that be?
The iconic monarch butterfly has been added to the Red List of endangered species, but hasn’t received protection in the US yet. That’s not necessarily a bad thing.
Habitat protection and restoration, advanced reproductive technologies and reintroduction procedures could help slow the decline of western chorus frogs and other amphibians.
The findings are staggering in their representation of loss and environmental degradation across Australia. While I am disappointed, I am unfortunately not surprised.
Vale Tricia: the beloved Asian elephant called Perth Zoo home since 1963. Her death has led to an outpouring of grief in Perth, especially among zookeepers and her fellow elephants.
The simulation showed catching cane toads once a week involved 85% less cost and effort than other strategies, but was just as effective.
Sandfish keep the rivers clean and the food web balanced but their numbers are declining. Farmers are helping to lift these numbers.
Garden surveys reveal what makes a house a home for Britain’s favourite mammal.
The new paper also found some mammals are suffering due to a lack of fire.
The varroa mite’s arrival in Australia was only a matter of time. We could benefit from one pest fighting another.
An Africa-based conservation expert explains why trophy hunting has not delivered for wildlife in most parts of Africa, and that local communities benefit next to nothing from its continued practice
Woodland caribou populations are on the decline because human activity changes their habitat and exposes them to predation by wolves. But changing wolves’ hunting habits may protect the caribou.