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Night Watch in Toolangi Forest

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The beam of a flashlight gleams through a small opening. The triangle of light looks like it’s coming through a window on a dark evening, but it is actually a gap between the buttress roots of an ancient…

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- Mar 11, 2017
Hunting in National Parks in Australia

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Like other former British colonies, Australia has been part of the long international movement to create national parks. The first in Australia was created in 1879, and by 1967, the NSW Government had…

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- Apr 14, 2014
Saving New Zealand’s Rarest Kiwi Bird

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Twenty young flightless rowi kiwis got the chance to fly this week, as part of intense conservation efforts by the BNZ Save The Kiwi Trust to preserve this rarest of kiwi birds.

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- Jun 26, 2012
The Extinction of the Tasmanian Tiger

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The last known wild Tasmanian tiger (thylacine) was shot in 1930, and the last thylacine in captivity died six years later in the Hobart Zoo. The Tasmanian tiger was officially declared extinct in 1986,…

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- Jun 21, 2012
Humpbacks of Ha’apai

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Gentle giants, humpback whales are one of the most important tourist attractions in the island nation of Tonga. Many local outfitters offer “up close and personal” experiences with these rare mammals,…

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- Apr 23, 2012
Australia: A Gallery of the Micro

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Australia is home to some of the most unique landscapes in the world. Join Voices for Biodiversity’s Tannyr Carnes as she explores the country through its smallest details.

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- Jan 14, 2012
Michael Soulé, Grandfather of Conservation Biology

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Michael Soulé is considered by many to be the grandfather of conservation biology. He formed the Wildlands Project, now the Wildands Network, over a decade ago. A dozen vigorous, local ecosystem-conservation…

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- Dec 01, 2010