January 25, 2023

Listen to the podcast episode here; Have you heard the term “DeGrowth” being thrown around in recent years? Have you wondered what it really means, and can it be achieved in a modern society? Hear Martin Tye explain to Grant what it means, and how a modern, industrialised society might move towards a sustainable existence.Watch the

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January 19, 2023

Feral cats are a major threat to wildlife in Australia, with their predation causing declines in many native species. These non-native predators were introduced to the continent by European settlers and have since spread widely to almost all of the continent, causing significant damage to the delicate ecosystem. Feral cats prey on a wide range

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January 17, 2023

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December 25, 2022

Follow or Subscribe to the Podcast The Australian Painted Snipe (Rostratula australis) is an elusive bird that has been recorded across a wide range of eastern and northern Australia. With a distinctive reddish-brown head and neck and striking black, white, and brown plumage, the Australian Painted Snipe is a visually striking species that is of

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December 14, 2022

Managing isoloated populations is difficult, more so when bushfire places and entire population in peril. Sarah Comer explains how the WA government is managing Western Ground Parrot, Noisy Scrub-birds, Western Bristlebird and Western Whipbird. Subscribe on YouTube MEET THEWestern Ground ParrotPezoporus flaviventris CRITICALLY ENDANGERED MEET THENoisy Scrub-birdAtrichornus clamosus ENDANGERED MEET THEWestern BristlebirdDasyornis longirostris ENDANGERED MEET

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