‘Name the Birds You Meet’: Leach’s Bird Book and birdwatching in Australia
Did you know Australia's first bird guide was published in 1911? Field guides have been an inspiration for nature-lovers in this country ever since.
Science, Art and Shorebirds with Milly Formby and Jackie Kerin
When science meets art, awesome things are sure to happen. Jackie Kerin and Milly Formby have joined creative forces to produce A Shorebird Flying Adventure – you’ll discover just how amazing migratory shorebirds really are!
From Viral Fossils to Whale Parties: Five science stories that we think you’ll love!
Felt like 2021 went by in a blur? Us too! Here is a selection of intriguing research published in our journals that you may have missed last year.
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!
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.
Pigeons and Doves Stamp Issue: a tribute to William T Cooper
Australia Post has released an illustrative set of stamps commemorating the artwork of William T Cooper AO. The stamps feature four spectacular species of pigeons and doves native to Australia.
Birds and Bees and Frogs, Oh My! Seven guides you’ll go wild about
Kindle your curiosity about Australian wildlife, big and small, beautiful and strange, and unlock a new passion that you can use to help Australian science.
Australian Pollinator Week: celebrating more than just the bees and birds
It’s Australian Pollinator Week and time to celebrate the amazing animals like bees, birds, butterflies, bats, beetles, reptiles, and flies that keep our planet alive.
A Rosella by Any Other Name: talking Australian Bird Names with Ian Fraser
This National Bird Week learn more about Australia’s birds and the changing ways we describe them with Australian Bird Names co-author Ian Fraser.