Six months ago fires ravaged Australia, exacerbating our already dire biodiversity crisis. These are the animals and plants still suffering 6 months on.
The Kangaroo Island dunnart was listed as critically endangered before fires ripped through 95% of its habitat. Those that survived the fires now face the threat of feral cats.
Last summer, Australia's wildlife burned in one of our country's worst bushfires. So what's become of animal and plant survivors in the months since?
In April, BirdLife Australia survey numbers jumped to 2,242. That's a tenfold increase from 241 in April last year.
My research into Britain's birds found 77% of species varied in abundance around roads.
The death toll stands at nearly 400 elephants of both sexes and all ages.
The Berejiklian government must step up to the challenge of saving koalas in NSW from their predicted fate: extinction in the wild by 2050.
Up to 8,000 spectacled flying-foxes, around 12% of the species' population, will be forced to leave their home in central Cairns.
A new study evaluates what South African landowners who run trophy hunting operations would do in the event of a hunting ban.
As snow melts and landscapes change, there will be winners and losers.
In the 1800s, Americans hunted many wild species near or into extinction. Then in the early 1900s, the US shifted from uncontrolled consumption of wildlife to conservation. Could Asia follow suit?
If long-nosed potoroos can co-exist with one of the world's most deadly predators, then it's time we rethink our conservation strategies.
If South Africa's proposed Meat Safety Act gets passed in its present form it opens up the possibility of massive consumption of wildlife.
Our research investigated 900 'alien' species across almost 200,000 protected areas worldwide.
As climate change increases the frequency and scale of bushfires, our models suggest the habitats in Victoria's Central Highlands may be hard to come by.
Statistical models and the knowledge of on-the-ground rangers are valuable and complementary sources of evidence for biodiversity conservation.
A new study forecasts that thousands of miles of new road construction will cut through tiger habitat across Asia by 2050. Planning can make these projects more tiger-friendly.
Many people in the Global South will find themselves poorer, hungrier, and much closer to exploitable wildlife.
There are twice as many tigers in the US as there are in the wild.
On one of the world's most remote islands, a species of duck has learned to scavenge on dead seals.