For the first time in half a century, the Royal National Park will have a population of platypus.
A research team at UNSW Sydney has been monitoring water bird breeding events in real time for the last four months.
UNSW Sydney is part of a consortium supporting a conservation area that aims to restore a significant wetland.
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.
A new genetic study by UNSW scientists finds large dams restrict platypus movement, with significant implications for their conservation.
Climate change shouldn’t be used as a 'get out-of jail free' card to excuse bad decision-making and poor planning decisions.
Researchers find the water flow decline on Australia’s iconic river is due to water management failures rather than climate change.
Thousands of sick and dead frogs are turning up around Australia. If you see one, let these scientists know.
UNSW scientists hope the Big Bushfire BioBlitz will build on the 17,500 observations submitted to the Environment Recovery Project.