Monthly Archives: March 2015

Microbats and Microphones

Our work experience began with a warm welcome to the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage by employees Suzie Lamb and Doug Mills. We were setting out to conduct monitoring of the Eastern Bent-Wing bat, a vulnerable species of microbat … Continue reading

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Frogs, Lizards and Habitat Fragmentation

By Talia Gedik The Problem Habitat loss is the largest single cause of biodiversity loss worldwide.1 One problem associated with it is habitat fragmentation (“the division of large, continuous habitats into smaller, more isolated remnants”).2 Habitat fragmentation has a number … Continue reading

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