Australia’s wildlife decimated by wildfires
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Australia’s wildlife decimated by wildfires

devastating wildfires in Australia have been wiping out some of the country’s unique wildlife what thousands of koalas and kangaroos already having been killed Australians are doing their best to save local animals from overwhelming bush fires by any means possible Naruto Jonghyun tells us more a koala walks past flames across an empty road […]

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Drones track endangered wildlife in Australian reserve

We’re out at Mulligans Flat Woodland Sanctuary and we’re here to radio track Bettongs. Over the last two and a half years we’ve been building and testing a drone to radio track wildlife. This is something that hasn’t been achieved before anywhere in the world. It’s not a simple problem, but we believe that we’ve […]

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Together, We Can Safeguard Homes for Animals

There’s no place like home. But what is a home? For koalas, home is a towering tree climbed for food and safety. For African elephants home is a herd — generations of mothers, aunts, and siblings. For dogs and cats, the roof overhead provided by a human companion. But these homes are under threat. Deforestation […]

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Study UQ’s Master of Conservation Biology
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Study UQ’s Master of Conservation Biology

Turn your passion for conservation into a rewarding career with the University of Queensland’s Master of Conservation Biology Program. This streamlined one-year program will give you comprehensive practical knowledge and real-world application, covering the interdisciplinary area of conservation, from ecology and wildlife conservation and cutting-edge conservation decision making. Courses are taught by world leaders in […]

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Conserving our Treasures
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Conserving our Treasures

For the last couple of months we’ve actually been working on the Irish elk The elk is one of the many treasures going into our new Westpac Long Gallery I’m Sheldon Teare and I’m Natural Sciences Conservator at the Australian Museum When we had the elk come into the lab it was covered in dust […]

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Protected Intersections
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Protected Intersections

We’re trialling Victoria’s first protected intersection at Albert and Lansdowne streets in East Melbourne, to make it easier and safer for cyclists to get from Melbourne’s north to the CBD along one of the city’s most popular cycling routes. The protected intersection will include bike lanes running adjacent to traffic, separated and protected by kerb […]

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Parralox – Wildlife
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Parralox – Wildlife

Written by John von Ahlen Fall in love with the night Don’t let the sun burn your eyes We are young and alive We are Wildlife Oh…..(repeated a million times) We all feel the same, but still we hide To the front we push the fear aside Falling faster into light I won’t let you […]

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What is the Australian Volunteers Program?
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What is the Australian Volunteers Program?

The Australian Volunteers Program supports Australians to share their skills overseas. Australians are matched with partner organisations in developing countries across our region. They contribute their skills, experience, and ideas. Over the past 60 years, the Australian Government has supported more than 15,000 skilled Australians to volunteer overseas with hundreds of partner organisations. That experience […]

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