Can a plan that brings together government and private landowners create enough habitat for monarch butterflies?
Social media has proved to be a helpful source of observations of snakes feeding. Knowing more about their diet is useful because it's linked to their venom biochemistry.
The Berejiklian government must step up to the challenge of saving koalas in NSW from their predicted fate: extinction in the wild by 2050.
The mosque is where men and women and children go to pray. But, according to art historian Christiane Gruber, some make room for other, non-human creatures too.
With careful observation, you can start to recognize that one sassy squirrel or the cardinal pair who call your neighborhood home.
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.
The forestry industry wants to remove damaged logs from native forests after the bushfires. But our wildlife needs them now more than ever.
In a matter of weeks, the fires have subverted decades of dedicated conservation efforts for many threatened species.
It's imperative that we understand what creates and sustains the delta for the future management of the system.
Huge gum tree plantations shelter big koala populations, but when the trees are cut down the koalas flood into nearby habitat.
Doug Ford's government is undercutting the environment by giving business and development the upper hand.
New research has found that different types of habitat loss can change the stability of whole plant and animal communities.
A collection of millions of bird sightings has identified the best places to invest in conservation.
Ponds are good for more than just decorating the garden – they could be your best tool in fighting climate change.
A high number of carnivores have been discovered at a huge industrial site in Mpumalanga, South Africa.
Human conflict can bring isolation to environments, which helps the local ecology thrive. After the war has ended, the return of nature is a poignant memorial and symbol of peace.
Mangrove forests grow in the tidal lagoons of tropical coastlines and they could actually benefit from climate change. Here's what that means for us.
The number of Cape Rockjumpers' are declining and the reason might be the weather.
We're in the middle of an Insectageddon. But a garden of native plants can help insects, as well as birds and other wildlife.
A new way to think about this common statement.