WA research suggests sea life ‘more attracted’ to old oil and gas platforms than coral reefs

Researchers from Perth’s Curtin University have found that fish and other sea life may be more attracted to decommissioned oil and gas platforms than the world’s finest coral reefs. 

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How mussel-power is helping improve a vital WA waterway

Mussels, for many of us, are best known as a delicacy usually enjoyed in a chilli-infused tomato broth, alongside fresh white crusty bread. But they are also a vital part of Australian waterways.

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The very rare night parrot

‘Australia’s most elusive bird’ pops up in the Pilbara

A species of parrot that went missing for 67 years and is considered to be one of the world’s rarest birds has been found in WA’s Pilbara for the second time in a year.

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Lake Kepwari - then and now

World-class WA rehab transforms old coal mine into aquatic playground

It's now the best part of 25 years since the Western Five mine in Collie closed. But now the site has been given new and remarkable life.

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Todd Bond 'crop circles'

‘Crop circles on the ocean floor’: WA scientist’s remarkable find

Todd Bond's research on WA's North West Shelf has uncovered some fascinating possibilities for oil and gas operators.

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FAWNA Possum Finishing School

World-first possum finishing school prepares endangered creatures for life back in the wild

The school aims to prepare orphaned or abandoned young Western Ringtail Possums for life back in the bush.

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Alcoa steps up to help our iconic and threatened Black-Cockatoos

Bauxite miner and alumina producer Alcoa is taking a multifaceted approach to helping Western Australia’s iconic Black-Cockatoos.

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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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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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