More then 100 orphaned speckled flying foxes will head south for some tender loving care this week.
Erik Jensen TO RID the Botanic Gardens of its damaging flying fox colony, the federal Environment Minister, Peter Garrett, could be forced to ignore his own department's description of critical habitats needed...
Bridie Smith and Inga Ting Australia’s ecological footprint is the 13th-largest in the world - and is likely to get bigger following the repeal of the carbon tax, conservation group WWF has warned.
James Gorman But the polar bears here discovered a new menu option. They eat snow geese.
Colin Cosier They aren't quite flying, but feral pigs are crossing major roads and even swimming through rivers as they invade Sydney's suburbs.
Inga Ting If meeting the royal family - including two future kings - is not enough to boost your public profile and help save your species from extinction, who knows what is?
Andrew Darby A $50-million program designed to eradicate foxes in Tasmania was based on flawed science and failed to turn up a single live fox, a review has found.
Peter Hannam Small native animals are facing “an extraordinary decline” across the northern third of Australia, with the spread of feral cats largely to blame, a leading ecologist said.
Kirsten Lawson More than 1600 kangaroos will be shot in the ACT's annual cull, although up to 500 more could also be put on the pill.
Dead flying foxes have been falling from the sky in droves because of the heatwave sweeping south-east Queensland.
Kirsty Needham Think of it as the bat's revenge. A colony of 10,000 flying foxes that descended on a coastal forest - after the NSW government approved the land be cleared for the Pacific Highway upgrade - includes...
Bridie Smith An endangered tiger quoll has been filmed in the Grampians National Park in Victoria just weeks after bushfires devastated a third of the park.
Tim Elliott The sea turtle, one of the earth's oldest creatures, is facing a battle for survival.
Bridie Smith The remote digital camera was set up to film brush-tailed rock wallabies. But while the creature that crept across the screen in the dusky cave light had a long tail, it also had spots.
Rick Feneley Emma Parade is rising from its ashes. Already its residents are finding architects and builders to replace the 16 houses that ''exploded'' in rapid succession in the firestorm that tore up their...
Hamish Boland-Rudder Lazing in the middle of a kangaroo mob just a half hour drive from city suburbs is a truly incredible tale of survival, rarely seen in the animal kingdom: an albino kangaroo that has survived beyond...
In late August 2009 a tiny, solitary bat fluttered about in the rainforest near Australia's infamous Christmas Island detention camp. We don't know precisely what happened to it.
John Thistleton As thick and seemingly as sinister as pythons, this strangler fig's roots sprawl 50 metres across the forest floor in Murramarang National Park, in a silent, relentless fight for sunlight, water and...
Darren Gray THE evening light brings out the best in Scott Anderson's corn crop. The softer sunshine gives it a golden tinge, the abundant leaves look healthy and green, and when the breeze picks up they create...
Ben Cubby IT IS hard to work out where the racket is coming from among a rustic clump of stringybarks in Centennial Park.