- 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: March 2013
Look at this photo of a baby koala. Sqqquueee!!! It’s so cute! Look at her fluffy ears! Look at her big nose and button eyes! We know that koalas are on the decline in all States and Territories except … Continue reading
Apprentice learning has been a key contributor to human cognitive evolution. We learn complex skills best by doing them, while observing expert practitioners and sharing knowledge with our peers. Field trips offer students studying the environment a rare opportunity to … Continue reading
We need to save threatened and endangered species from extinction – it’s a fundamental value that is instilled in children. If humans are causing animals or plants to become extinct then it is our moral duty to something about it. … Continue reading
Enter the matrix: why and how policy makers need to start thinking about more than just nature reserves.
What if the ecological concept of “matrixes” was more than just a great opportunity for puns? What if Australia hits the IUCN target of 17% original vegetation only to create a costly, unrepresentative area of low quality national parks? What … Continue reading
Dear friends, I am writing this piece with an aim to share a different perspective of biodiversity conservation in Vietnam. Biodiversity conservation in Australia appears to me very advanced; and public awareness of conservation is extensive. Vietnam is a developing … Continue reading