Hands-on work for a Critically Endangered species

The Waved (Galapagos) albatross population has been in persistent decline over the past decade with one of only two island breeding populations now al…

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World first conservation move as salt-wedge estuaries receive legal protection

It’s not often that a threatened habitat for both orange-bellied parrots and great white sharks gains protection with a single stroke of a pen, but …

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The WA Government can’t claim SMART drumlines are “non-lethal”

Following pressure from the federal government, Western Australia has announced it will be ending its completely non-lethal approach to shark control …

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Million dollar disgrace as NSW government funds a dying, unreformed industry

Last week I was half expecting to hear news that advertising for the obscene Million Dollar Chase would be illuminated onto the Sydney Opera House for…

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Separating fact from fiction in QLD’s shark culling program

The Queensland Government has sent an email response to nearly 17,000 people who have called for the end of its shark culling program in the Great Ba…

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The albatross – iconic and still in need of protection

The albatross is one of the most iconic and majestic seabirds, revered by sailors as they travel the high seas. Sailors believe that albatrosses can h…

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