Tag: Australia

Citizen Science Tuesday: Victorian Malleefowl Recovery Group

Ever heard of a malleefowl? You’ll never forget it after reading about their big feet, huge nests, and chicks born fully feathered that can fly within 24 hours.

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Brian Richter’s ‘Chasing Water’: Smarter Solutions for the Coming Water Scarcity

Many of the world’s cities are ill-prepared to face impending water shortages over the next decades. Conservancy scientist Brian Richter’s new book says the answer lies in people power.

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Understanding Global Environmental Indicators: What’s Behind Australia’s Rankings Rise?

Australia has hardly been a bastion of progressive environmental policy over the past two years. Yet the country rose from 48th place to 3rd in the Yale Environmental Performance Index. What’s going on here? Blogger Eddie Game explains.

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Marsupial Mystery: Who Poos Cubes?

In Tasmania, blogger Alison Green came across a strange sight: poo cubes, and lots of them. What animal might have left this sign? Join her as she tracks down this fascinating creature.

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Salmon Cam Returns

We’re pleased to return Salmon Cam, a live view of spawning Chinook and coho salmon and steelhead trout.

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