Ecology in Action Photo competition 2015 - open for entries until 26 October
A marvel of evolution, a sad tale of environmental degradation and an urgent will to survive: there's a lot more to the Australian white ibis—or bin chicken—than meets the eye.
The NSW Nature Conservation Council's Annual Conference in Sydney on the weekend of October 24-25 is an excellent opportunity to meet others working to protect nature, hear inspiring great speakers, learn new skills, and hear about a broad array of environmental topics.
Abstract submissions close soon! (October 9th).
7 December 2015 at the Sydney Business School, Circular Quay Sydney. This short course has been scheduled to coincide with the Eco-Stats '15 Conference on 8-10 December 2015 UNSW, Sydney.
Young Australian researchers, innovators and scientists aged 18-35 active in the agriculture sector are invited to apply for a share of $240,000 in grants as part of the 2016 Science and Innovation Awards.
Australians share their land with a unique range of native animals and our encounters with them can bring a mixture of joy, wonder, risk, danger and annoyance. There might be an unwelcome possum in your roof or an adorable joey you've nursed to health.
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