Andrew Darby A 93-kilometre tourist drive will cut through the Tarkine wilderness, stronghold of a healthy population of Tasmanian devils.
Bridie Smith Endangered frogs that returned to their mountain home almost 30 years after going extinct at the site look to have re-established at their former stronghold.
Ben Cubby A property developer has been fined $127,500 for illegally clearing a koala habitat south-west of Sydney.
Nicky Phillips, Science Researchers are using electro-fishing to capture endangered Macquarie perch to survey the endangered fish species.
The opposition has accused NSW Environment Minister Robyn Parker of allowing the logging of koala habitats on the state's mid north coast.
Saffron Howden THE state Environment Department has approved logging of almost 2000 hectares of significant koala habitat contrary to its own guidelines, conservationists say.
Jennie Curtin If you're about to fly from Sydney to the Arctic Circle to find a mate, it helps to have a place to rest and conserve your energy.
Ron Cerabona One of the enduring overseas jokes about Australia is that our towns and cities have kangaroos hopping down the streets. In Canberra, at least, it's not a joke.
Beau Donelly Conservationists have been ordered to rip down a tree house in a state forest north-east of Melbourne that was built to highlight the plight of Victoria's faunal emblem.
Darren Gray Hunters will be authorised to shoot and kill up to 220 deer at three parks near Melbourne under a culling program to be managed by Parks Victoria.
Tony Moore Fauna experts have recommended the conservation status of the koala in Queensland be downgraded and broadened to "vulnerable" throughout the state.
Colin Cosier The world's only captive leopard seal, Casey, has been euthanised at Taronga Zoo after falling ill.
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...
Megan Doherty A team of volunteers will be taking to the water by kayak near Canberra to tackle the scourge of Australian waterways - the willow.
The Whisker Patrol is up and running and it needs your help. The plan is a simple one - to gather as many close up photographs of Australian sea lions as possible.
Tom Arup The state's pre-eminent scientific organisation, the Royal Society of Victoria, has thrown its support behind the push for a new national park on Melbourne's doorstep to protect Leadbeater's possums...
Julie Power Just like Santa Claus, when it comes to Christmas beetles the real thing is bigger, rarer and shinier than the fakes that abound in Sydney's centre at this time of year.
Kelsey Munro Some magical creatures live in Sydney Harbour.
Anna Patty Marine conservationist Attila Kaszo fears for the survival of some fish species if the state government pushes ahead this week with a decision to lift a ban on recreational fishing in protected...
Tim Barlass They are the ugly stories that sum up animal trafficking.