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Live habitat news and developments with the latest updates. Check out current habitat news stories and find out what happened, what is going on with habitat. Recent news updates about habitat
Prescribed burn starting today at MacGregor
Rabbit management in early-autumn
Partners unite to help purple copper butterfly
TSU and SSMU scientists are working on an herbal cancer treatment
Free masks for small businesses in Byron Shire
Whales dive deep for profitable prey
MidCoast beaches and Easter markets
Heritage Hobsons Bay program for 2021 is here
Stronger protections for North Coast koalas
Glenthorne employment area rezoning
Early Earth’s hot mantle may have led to Archean ‘water world’
Wildlife winner again in Logan
ACT’s Urban Forest Strategy released
Our Bushland video series launch
GBCMA update on Lake Benalla
Lake Benalla update
Boost for fish migration in Norfolk chalk stream
Fifteen Years of Free Trees in City of Swan
New barrier to protect Geoffrey Bay foreshore
City launches new publication to create wildlife-friendly gardens
Milestone for kōkako as population soars
More than 250 trees planted as part of North East flood scheme
Ocean’s mammals at crucial crossroads
Environment Protection Authority
Clean up of public spaces underway on MidCoast
Houghton Brook Flood Storage Area in Luton now completed
Bald Eagle count quadruples, thanks in part to eBird data boost
Beekeepers expand club base with new Council lease
Mural to send shorebird awareness soaring
900 trees planted along Suffolk rivers
Fund looks to future proof kiwi recovery
Whio winging their way to Arthur’s Pass
Schools, kindergartens and youth groups encouraged to apply for Victorian Junior Landcare and Biodiversity Grants
High-resolution ocean model looks at sea turtles’ lost years
Alberta energy companies fined $1.5 million for unlawful deposit of chlorinated water into North Saskatchewan River
Council welcomes bushfire recovery grant for wildlife and habitat projects
Kahurangi National Park takahē numbers boosted
Wasps share resources on offshore island
Artificial Light Affects Plant Pollination Even During Daytime
Animal rights group targets grocery buyers with billboard blitz
Local Land Services reminding community that it is illegal to take firewood from TSRs
Gardening Australia comes to Wollongong
Funding for Adelaide Hills Council Biodiversity Team
Antarctic arts grace new Australian stamps 16 March 2021
‘Reducing global warming matters for freshwater fish species’
It’s a frog’s life: World Frog Day heralds bumper season for local frogs
Sturt River Linear Park Trail officially opens
Shade-grown coffee could save birds, if people drank it