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Superb Fairy-wren about to fly. We share our best Super Fairy-wren photos here [ Goo.gl Link ]

© Linda Olivier
Our southern oceans were once flush with shellfish reefs and hosted vibrant marine ecosystems. Sadly just 1% of these reefs remains intact. Your gift of $40 could buy 60 baby oysters to rebuild the reefs in our bays. Your donation will be MATCHED if made by 24 December ➡ [ Goo.gl Link ]
Summer is the perfect time to sit back, reflect and write. With $5,000 up for grabs visit natureaustralia.org.au/nwp to enter our Nature Writing Prize! And for some summer reading here is the previous winner, Nick Gadd’s, essay: ‘A landscape of stories’ [ Goo.gl Link ]

© Chantelle Bayes
Caption this!

© Oneal Roda
Second in our series of ‘Cool Green Science’ blogs, this time about working with Martu people of the Western Desert on monitoring remote waterholes.

Measuring the Impact of Feral Camels in Australia’s Martu Desert

We’re delighted to share the winning photos from our 2016 Photo Competition! Congratulations to Mark Seabury, for his shot ‘Eye Spy’ which is the overall winner. Check out all the winning photos here: [ Goo.gl Link ]

© Mark Seabury
Red-tailed Black-Cockatoos use their robust bill to extract seeds from the seed pods of eucalypts, casuarinas and banksias. Clever!

© Kristina Kitchingman
The Spinifex Pigeon prefers to run and hop on the ground than fly.

© The Nature Conservancy (Mark Godfrey)
Unique moment captured by Christiane Geissier.
Australian Pelican and Black Swan defending their territory. Check out our new Australian Pelican photos here [ Goo.gl Link ]

© Christiane Geissier
Florence Falls, Litchfield National Park, Northern Territory.

© Geoffrey Bush
Do you recognise the White-naped Honeyeater? It is found in open forests and woodlands of the East and South East coast of Australia.

© Jodi Watt
Great story today on our Cool Green Science blog about the importance of fire to Martu people of the Western Desert.

Burning for Biodiversity: How Hunting Promotes Healthy Ecosystems in the Australian Desert

A Peaceful Dove!

© The Nature Conservancy (Mark Godfrey)
One of our favourite photo competition entries! Strezleski Desert by Christian Spencer. Visit [ Natureaustralia.org.au Link ] to see them all.

© Christian Spencer
Tree kangaroos have the extraordinary ability to jump to the ground from 18 metres or more without being hurt. Visit [ Goo.gl Link ] for interesting Australian animal facts.

© Paul Want
A beautiful Superb Fairy-wren! We share our best Superb Fairy-wren photos here [ Goo.gl Link ]

© Nalini Scarfe
It's easy to recognise the Red-browed Finch. Its bright red eyebrow, rump and beak are unique! Like if you love its colours.

© Kathleen Davies
Interesting fact: Emus can't fly but have powerful legs and can run up to 50km per hour. Check out our best Emu photos here [ Goo.gl Link ]

© Paula Heelan
Thanks Kristy for this beautiful photo of a Brown Goshawk!

© Kristy Faulkner
Caption this!

© George Weiss