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Attempts to halt the devastating effects of nest predation examined

May 22nd, 2018

A new review has shone a light on the complexities of nest predation and its devastating effect on populations of temperate forest and woodland birds in Australia.

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Shipwreck research unearths treasure trove of animal knowledge

May 4th, 2018

Research into accounts of Australia’s first scientific expedition to foreign lands could assist with modern-day efforts to conserve native mammals and marsupials.

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Ground dwelling birds face new threat from reintroduced marsupials

November 3rd, 2017

A new study has found evidence that Australian native marsupials re-introduced in south-west Australia may take eggs from the nests of ground-dwelling birds. Murdoch University adjunct researcher Graham Fulton focused on the ground-nesting and dwelling birds in Dryandra, south-east of Perth.

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