Examining the elusive microbats of WA’s South West

Take a moment to look at the size of your thumb and you may get an idea of just how small the body of Western Australia’s microbats can be. As the name suggests, microbats are small species of insectivorous bats that inhabit many of Western Australia’s diverse ecosystems including Jarrah Forests. Even though Microbats live an […]

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The Turtles of Barrow Island

Follow the volunteers who run the research and monitoring program on Barrow Island helping to protect and increase the world’s population of flatback turtles. Episode 1: An Old Mate Meet Kellie and the team at Pendoley Environmental who run a research and turtle monitoring program on Barrow Island. Kellie describes how the program has expanded due […]

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WA is doing it for the Bilbies

A joint research project ensures the bilby populations thrive in the Kimberley.

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Found in WA

From elusive parrots to colourful sea slugs, some amazing species have been discovered in WA.

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Welcome to the Kimberley

This truly breath-taking expanse of Western Australia gives us wonderful flora and fauna, plus the resources needed to power our future.

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Jane Steward: Achieving the Perfect Work/Life Balance

We talk to Jane Steward, a lab technician at Murrin Murrin Operations and a volunteer at Kanyana Wildlife and other wildlife organisations around WA.

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Harry Butler: The Original Conservationist

Dr. Harry Butler was Australia’s leading naturalist and environmental consultant. During his lifetime, he played a major role in environmental conservation in Australia, and his legacy continues.

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