This World Wildlife Day, we celebrate the three native mammal species – bilbies, crest-tailed mulgaras and Shark Bay bandicoots – now thriving in Sturt National Park since their
This is the project milestone ecologists had been hoping for.
As the weather warms up, UNSW researchers name some of their favourite bushwalks and the ways citizen scientists can help them by collecting data along the way.
The UNSW scientists observed fewer waterbirds but greater flooding than last year, which they hope will help to offset long-term declines.
Professor David Keith has been recognised for demonstrating environmental leadership in ecosystem management.
UNSW Sydney scientists are leading a project to bring the iconic mammal back to Royal National Park after almost 50 years.
After more than a century, locally extinct bandicoots have returned to Sturt National Park.
The locally extinct animals have been reintroduced to the NSW outback as part of a major rewilding project led by UNSW Sydney.
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.