Wild About Native Orchids: Q&A with Lachlan Copeland
Botanist, photographer and orchid enthusiast Dr Lachlan Copeland reveals the surprising diversity and extraordinary beauty of Australia’s native orchids.
Science That Will Blow Your Mind!
Consider yourself a science buff? We love science trivia, so we've created this fun quiz to test your knowledge!
Writing About Nature: Meet Julie Murphy
Former zookeeper and now children's book author, Julie Murphy, is perfectly placed to tell the story of the mountain pygmy-possum and its relationship with bogong moths. Find out what inspires her and how she approaches writing.
Science Illustrated: Q&A with Ben Clifford
Ben Clifford is the artist behind the incredibly realistic illustrations in Tiny Possum and the Migrating Moths, a story about the critically endangered mountain pygmy-possum. Ben told us about the origin of and inspiration for his art.
Extinct: Artistic Impressions of Our Lost Wildlife
Showcasing stunning artwork Extinct: Artistic Impressions of Our Lost Wildlife shares stories of Australian animals that have been lost to extinction. Art to inspire conservation action.
Exploring Victoria’s Box–Ironbark Country with Chris Tzaros
Chris Tzaros, author of Wildlife of the Box–Ironbark Country, explains the significance of Victoria’s Box–Ironbark habitats and their wildlife, and shares his tips for successful wildlife photography.
National Threatened Species Day: Stories to share
National Threatened Species Day is a time to reflect on and celebrate our unique native flora and fauna. We believe that encouraging children to learn and care about these species is fundamental to protecting them into the future.
Discovering Dragonflies with Günther Theischinger
Dazzled by dragonflies? You’re not alone! We chatted with Günther Theischinger, co-author of The Complete Field Guide to Dragonflies of Australia, about his passion for dragonflies and damselflies.
Science Illustrated: Q&A with Alicia Rogerson
Alicia Rogerson is the illustrator of One Potoroo: A Story of Survival which is a tale of the world’s most endangered marsupial, the Gilbert’s potoroo. We talk to her about her artistic process and ask for advice for aspiring illustrators.