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Frogs are Hitchhiking Around Australia
Citizen scientists have discovered frog species hundreds of kilometres from their native range using the free FrogID app
Oman coral reef diversity illuminated by collaborative sampling expedition
A sampling voyage to the extraordinary marine reefs of Oman serves not only to reveal incredible fish diversity, but also to strengthen our ties with Oman’s research institutions.
When photography came to the Museum
Curator Vanessa Finney describes how Capturing Nature reveals the pioneering art and science of photography at the Australian Museum.
Environmental DNA improves the monitoring of coastal wetlands of international importance in South America
Joey Di Battista travelled to Chile to help colleagues determine traces of vertebrate eDNA for ongoing monitoring of invasive species.
Economic benefits of rare birds: a case of economic and ecotourism TERNover
Australian birdwatchers generated between $199,000 and $363,000 AUD of economic activity by viewing rare Aleutian Terns at Old Bar, NSW.
Expedition to Malaita: The return from searching for the island’s smaller fauna
This most recent expedition was invaluable not only for our understanding of the diversity of the island’s smaller fauna, but to further foster Kwaio community conservation areas.
'A rose is a rose is a rose'... but is a city-bird a city-bird?
A new tool for monitoring the “urbanness” of bird communities reveals that some birds are more equal than others.
Opening a can of worms
Stemborer moths damage cereal and sugarcane crops globally. Identifying the major pest species is surprisingly difficult.
Live at the AM podcast: HumanNature 2019 – Tony Birch
Listen to Aboriginal poet and novelist Tony Birch as he explores how First Nations ecological knowledge could help mitigate the impacts of climate change.
A look to the past to predict the future
Jellyfish, anemones and corals can be an oracle for the oceans!
Bilas: Body Adornment from Papua New Guinea
Opening 9 June 2023, featuring photographs by Wylda Bayrón.