New research shows how human-modified landscapes affect the diets of these marsupial scavengers.
Giving nature and the environment the same legal rights as humans is gaining ground as a new strategy to protect them from disaster.
A reduction in decaying vegetation can have significant impacts on the desert food chain, UNSW scientists have found.
With long-term monitoring of breeding events, UNSW researchers also identify trends and changes in the health of wetlands and rivers.
Scientists winged their way across one-third of Australia to collect data for the 2022 Eastern Australian Waterbird Survey, an annual health check of our freshwater ecosystems.
There are concerns about harm reduction strategies this summer as a restless bunch of young adults test the limits of a depleted hospitality industry.
The positive effects of grazing by livestock and wild herbivores can turn negative as temperatures become warmer.
The naturally best breeding window for these endangered animals is shortening, prompting a unique change in behaviour.
The common platform heralds a new era of global conservation and management policy applications.