It turns out that quenda and western bobtails instinctively know to keep left to allow others animals to use underpasses at the same time.
For some reason recently there has been a rush of feral animals using the underpasses that I’m monitoring and posing nicely for my cameras. Here’s a selection of my favourites.
David Lindenmayer, Maxine Piggott and Brendan Wintle recently published a paper in the journal Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment with this title. Apart from having a brilliant and thought […]
One of the strongest historical drivers of the loss of wildlife in Australia is habitat loss and its also one of the biggest ongoing threats to your native wildlife. […]
Roslyn Willson sent me this very thought provoking infographic not long ago ,which while not related so much to the plight of wildlife in Australia gives a very poignant reminder […]
A few years ago now I used to study tammar wallabies, which was really nice because they’re awesome little animals. One of the very interesting things about working on these […]
It’s spring time, so across most of suburban Perth ducks are wandering about with groups of ducklings in tow. Quite often they find themselves wandering across roads where if they […]