Scientists use genetics and historical records to reveal how the species pulled off one of the most infamous biological invasions of all time.
We might’ve been under lockdown this year, but science sure wasn’t.
UNSW scientists have used a new conservation strategy to give the bridled nailtail wallaby a head start in life.
It’s time to take dingoes out of the doghouse.
Satellite images taken over three decades show that keeping dingoes out comes at a price.
Animals assumed to be dingo-dog hybrids based on their coat colour and culled may have been pure dingoes, a study involving UNSW finds.
The native species has reached numbers that are contributing to drier soil and less vegetation – and may be more damaging to conservation areas than rabbits.
Dingo or just wild dog? A new study busts the misconception that pure dingoes are extinct in NSW – and finds several ‘dingo hotspots’ around the state.
The Monaro grasslands are a tiny surviving fraction of the native grasslands that once grew across the Southern Tablelands.
On this year’s International Day of Biodiversity, we are showcasing some of our scientists who are working to safeguard our ecosystems – both far away and close to home.