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National Threatened Species Day 2014

September 5th, 2014|Rewilding Australia Blog|

The 7th of September is National Threatened Species Day - which marks the 78th anniversary of the last Tasmanian Tiger being seen alive. Check out the 8 minute documentary on the T [...]

The Food Forest – where productive farming and bettong conservation go hand in hand

August 1st, 2014|Rewilding Australia Blog|

The bettongs response stance when approached by a fox (stand there and do very little). Photo courtesy of AWC. In the 1960s the Brushtailed Bettong, or Woylie, had all but been [...]

NSW Rewilders! – NEW Saving Our Species Partnership Grants – Now Open

July 30th, 2014|Rewilding Australia Blog|

The NSW Environmental Trust is inviting Expressions of Interest for Round 1 of its Saving Our Species (SoS) Partnership Grants Program (Expressions of Interest close 29 September 2 [...]

Earth is in the early stages of a sixth mass extinction, says the journal Science

July 29th, 2014|Rewilding Australia Blog|

Originally published on July 29, 2014 by News Limited Urgent action required ... Dr Mark Eldridge a Senior Research Scientist in Terrestrial Vertebrates at the Australian Museum w [...]

The Importance of Islands

July 15th, 2014|Rewilding Australia Blog|

The cane toad was introduced into Australia in 1935 when 101 cane toads were brought from Hawaii to Queensland. Photo: Reg Mungomery - He took his anger out at having been given 1 [...]

Roadkill: Valuing our Wildlife and Reducing the Human Death Toll

June 10th, 2014|Rewilding Australia Blog|

More often than not, when I come across a car that's stopped by the side of the road, surveying the damage to their front end, while a wombat or kangaroo lies mangled on the road, [...]

Australia’s Tiger Quoll – A Species Disappearing in Plain Sight

June 3rd, 2014|Rewilding Australia Blog|

Courtesy of Wild Action Zoo Kangaroo Valley in the Shoalhaven region of NSW links the Southern Highlands with the coastal township of Berry, and has long been considered a strong [...]

So you want to open a wildlife sanctuary?

May 4th, 2014|Rewilding Australia Blog|

This article follows on from a recent post on the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, where I briefly touched on the issue of our very own (now former) NSW Environment Ministe [...]

BREAKING NEWS! NSW Government to Support Rewilding Efforts

April 14th, 2014|Rewilding Australia Blog|

By Rob Brewster A major shift in policy direction in NSW will see support for reintroduction programs for lost species. Linda Bell, Senior Team Leader of the Ecosystems and Threate [...]

One human equals one unit of damage: Why there’s no separating environmental degradation from population

March 17th, 2014|Rewilding Australia Blog|

Many humans hold a strong believe that, as humans, they have an inalienable right to take whatever they want from the planet to satisfy their own needs and wants. Often these right [...]