A three-year study has confirmed that significant alterations to flow regimes by dams can have a big impact on downstream platypus populations.
Tens of thousands of breeding waterbirds, including the endangered Australasian bittern, are thriving in the culturally important Gayini (Nimmie-Caira) wetlands in south-west NSW.
Satellite images taken over three decades show that keeping dingoes out comes at a price.
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We need to list one of the world’s most iconic animals as a threatened species, UNSW scientists say.
Every year, Professor Richard Kingsford and his team from UNSW Science’s Centre for Ecosystem Science (CES) spend more than a hundred hours conducting the Eastern Australian Waterbird Survey – one of the largest wildlife surveys in Australia.
A nocturnal marsupial has been reintroduced into a feral-free area created by a UNSW-led project.
A small, carnivorous marsupial related to the Tasmanian Devil has been reintroduced to a NSW national park, more than a century after being declared extinct in the state.
A new UNSW study demands better transparency around the idiosyncratic water management rules governing water allocation in the Murray-Darling Basin.
The NSW government is soon expected to grant environmental approval to Snowy 2.0. But that process should be halted.