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In partnership with the South Australian Department of Environment and Heritage (DEH), FAME provided support for the recovery of the endangered Spiny Daisy (Acanthocladium dockeri).

Feral cats – ferocious and large versions of the domestic variety – pose an ongoing and severe threat to the quoll and possum populations in the Flinders Ranges. Ideally, these predators must be eliminated.

What do you do when wildlife conservation groups like FAME try so hard to reintroduce Australia’s rare and endangered fauna and then you find feral cats, often as few as only one or two individuals, start killing and eating your valuable animals?

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Defence white paper shows Australian forces must safeguard nature too

Australian defence ranges, such as Shoalwater Bay, cover some 3 million hectares of the country.DVIDSHUB/Flickr/Wikimedia Commons, CC BY...

Defence white paper shows Australian forces must safeguard nature too

Marine Parks Don’t Protect Diversity

Most of the evolutionary diversity of corals and fish is not currently supported by the world’s network of marine protected areas,...

Marine Parks Don’t Protect Diversity

New Tasmanian Devil Facial Cancer

Routine field research has identified a second transmissible cancer in Tasmanian devils that is very similar to Devil Facial Tumour Disease...

New Tasmanian Devil Facial Cancer

Aboriginal fire management – part of the solution to destructive bushfires

As destructive bushfires become more common there is increasing political discussion how we manage them sustainably. Inevitably these...

Aboriginal fire management – part of the solution to destructive bushfires

Alien plants and animals drive native species to extinction

Accidentally or deliberately introduced species are the second most common threat associated with recent global extinctions of animals and...

Alien plants and animals drive native species to extinction

Citizen Science survey protects greater glider forest from logging

VicForests has been forced to abandon planned logging operations in forest on the Errinundra plateau in East Gippsland after a citizen...

Citizen Science survey protects greater glider forest from logging

The decline of amphibians - we’re witnessing a mass extinction

Twenty years ago, the world was caught unaware as a die-off of amphibians took hold across the planet. Amphibians are the most endangered...

The decline of amphibians - we’re witnessing a mass extinction