David Ellery Native and feral animals are flocking to our road verges in search of a free meal as dry weather grips the region after three seasons of plenty.
Wildlife corridors stretching across state borders could be given funding priority under a federal government plan to help Australian fauna adapt to climate change.
Jonathan Watts In their first hour in Yasuni's Amazonian forest, many people will see more creatures than they have in their lives, including some that have yet to be documented by science.
Rania Spooner Endangered bird, crab and fish species at Christmas Island could be catastrophically affected after a cargo vessel, MV Tycoon, broke up in rough conditions and began leaking hundreds of tonnes of...
Lindsay Murdoch BANGKOK: A partly Australian-funded wildlife rescue foundation whose chief spoke out about the illegal poaching of baby elephants in Thailand has been raided and had 103 animals taken away by Thai...
Elizabeth Weise It sounded like a joke when the news first broke in 2000: giant Burmese pythons were invading the Everglades.
Andrew Gully Conservationists have demanded action over non-existent US wildlife ownership laws after the slaughter of 49 animals, including 18 rare Bengal tigers, set free from an Ohio farm.
Amy Corderoy The largest free-ranging wildlife sanctuary in NSW could be under threat from a proposed sand mine that will operate less than 40 metres from its boundary.
Saffron Howden AS THOUSANDS perished in the wake of the wall of black water that swamped Japan two weeks ago, seven young men and women sat in the pitch-black night on a tiny Hawaiian island with nothing but a...
KAMPALA : Wildlife populations in Uganda's main national parks have boomed during the past 10 years and the expulsion of rebels has contributed to a decline in poaching, the Uganda Wildlife Authority...
Ben Cubby Environment Reporter Sea birds, turtles and fish are being choked to death by an oil slick lapping Queensland's Moreton Island and Sunshine Coast.
Melissa Fyfe At least 150 endangered ducks, plus other birds including whistling kites and black swans, killed.
A controversial plan to allow Queensland farmers to clear their own land as they see fit is a rubber stamp from reality.
Anthony Ham The battle to save the African rhinoceros has all the ingredients for a Hollywood thriller. There are armed baddies with good guys in hot pursuit. There is a hint of glamour.
Aislinn Laing The last known rhinoceroses in Mozambique have been wiped out by poachers apparently working in cahoots with the game rangers responsible for protecting them.
Amy Corderoy The government's decision to allow hunting in national parks is part of a “deliberate attack” on the environment, former NSW environment minister Bob Debus has told a packed rally at...
NSW will double hazard reduction burning as part of its first 10-year plan for managing bushfires in national parks.
Nicky Phillips Columbus (01) prefers Mosman, while Pina Colada (05) is a regular on the balconies of Potts Point. A true north shore type, Burt (09), has never been spotted south of the bridge.
Plants help to slow climate change by emitting gases as temperatures rise that lead to the formation of a sunshade of clouds over the planet, scientists say.
Alex Boyle Three savage attacks on kangaroos in the space of a fortnight have sparked concerns from animal welfare organisations, who say the severe penalties that could be levied against offenders are not...