Search

A few weeks ago, I was fortunate to participate in a DELWP-hosted discussion about the future of quolls in Victoria. The discussion was prompted by several Indigenous groups around the state who are concerned about the loss of quoll species – and our native predators...

The December blog post about the forgotten fauna of the Fleurieu Peninsula stimulated some great feedback from some of our newsletter subscribers with an interest in ecological change and the value of historical accounts for aiding our modern understanding of the environment. For example, Graham Carpenter kindly...

The demise of many of the medium sized (‘critical weight range’) small mammals across south-eastern Australia that followed the concurrent suppression or eradication of dingoes and the arrival of foxes – combined of course with the clearance, development and intensive grazing of land – was for the most part swift and...