- Work experience journal Frogwatch- Tadpole kits for schools’ program Procedures for the loan of a tadpole kit to schools through the Ginninderra Catchment group (GCG)
- Citizen science: an answer for bird conservation in urban China?
- Early bird catches the worm
- This is How We Roll! Feat. Pink-tailed Worm-lizard (Aprasia parapulchella)
- Helping the Australian Bush survive invasive honeysuckle
Monthly Archives: February 2013
“Biodiversity provides a large number of goods and services that sustain our lives. Protecting biodiversity is in our self-interest. Biological resources are the pillars upon which we build civilizations. Nature’s products support such diverse industries as agriculture, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, pulp … Continue reading
…the evidence from changes in extent, composition and quality of vegetation communities, and from case studies on selected species, points towards continuing decreases in population sizes, geographic ranges and genetic diversity, and increasing risks of population collapses in substantial proportions … Continue reading