“As a kid, I frequently travelled to wild places with my parents while they worked. I learnt how beautiful and fascinating these places are to scientists and tourists alike; and how deeply spiritual they are to the indigenous people who live there.” Dr Luke Preece.
As a kid I frequently travelled to wild places with my parents

From legless tigers to a new carbon economy

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[Project update] We’ve started adding hundreds of thousands of baby oysters to our newly laid reefs! More information about our reef restoration project here: [ Goo.gl Link ]
Project update Weve started adding hundreds of thousands of baby oysters to
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It's Earth Day. Today, our team members share some of their love for nature.

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It's Earth Day Today our team members share some of their love for nature

Why I love Nature

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"They totally can't see me". Have you ever been surprised by a kangaroo while bush walking?

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"They totally can't see me" Have you ever been surprised by a kangaroo while bush walking
Solange Wichems
Patrick Ishmael
Dawn Mickelo
Can better fire management save our tropical mammals?

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Can better fire management save our tropical mammals

Can better fire management save our tropical mammals?

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John Schirripa
Shane O'Shea
We’re proudly supporting the March for Science this Saturday right across the world. Science is a powerful tool we use to protect and conserve nature. The March for Science is inclusive and nonpartisan. It calls for all leaders and policymakers to adopt evidence-based policies in the public interest. Find your closest march at [ Marchforscienceaustralia.org Link ]
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Were proudly supporting the March for Science this Saturday right across the
Before Earth Day, will you join our group of Conservation Champions—an elite group of forward-thinking nature-lovers who express their passion for saving our planet through their year-round, monthly gifts?
Before Earth Day will you join our group of Conservation Championsan elite

Become a Conservation Champion now, in honour of Earth Day

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Paul Fordyce
Chocolate is overrated…
Nice catch for this White Tern.

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Chocolate is overrated
Nice catch for this White Tern

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Fachrurozi
Penny Johnston
Marlene Vincent
Happy Easter from our Aussie Easter 'bunny' - the Greater Bilby!

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Happy Easter from our Aussie Easter 'bunny' the Greater Bilby

Working with Traditional Owners to save the Greater Bilby.

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Maria Ella
Claire Rhodes Bousfield
Sean Butcher
Who else is planning on enjoying time in nature this Easter long weekend?

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Who else is planning on enjoying time in nature this Easter long weekend
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Lee Horrocks
Margaret Parker
Watch our Country Director, Rich Gilmore on TV this morning talking about our #greendesking movement to encourage people to occasionally take their work outside and enjoy nature.
Watch our Country Director Rich Gilmore on TV this morning talking about

Watch TODAY 2017 Green desking and what it can do for you | 9Now

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Beautiful photo of the breathtaking Lake Macquarie in NSW. Lake Macquarie is Australia's largest coastal salt water lagoon.

© Natalie Bennett
Beautiful photo of the breathtaking Lake Macquarie in NSW Lake Macquarie is
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"There is an inner environmentalist in us all, poised to burst into bloom". Read about how our CEO and President, Mark Tercek, completed his metamorphosis from banker to environmentalist in Delta's in-air magazine.
There is an inner environmentalist in us all poised to burst into

Call of the Wild

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Australia is a bird lovers’ paradise. Twitchers (birdwatchers) fly south from all over the world to tick off items on their birdy bucket lists. So if you think Eckies are specky, finches take your fancy, or Rock Parrots rock your world, allow us to share with you our top 10 favourite Aussie birds!

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Australia is a bird lovers paradise Twitchers birdwatchers fly south from all

Our top 10 favourite Aussie birds

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Julia Pannell
Adrian Pearce
Read about our Reef restoration project on ABC News today. 360 tonnes of limestone has been deployed at Margaret's Reef, near St Kilda, and Wilsons Spit, near Geelong, which will encourage 300,000 native Angasi oyster hatchlings to flourish there.
Read about our Reef restoration project on ABC News today 360 tonnes

Reef restoration underway to restore native oyster populations

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Matt Menheere
Read the story and watch the great short video about our Shellfish Reef restoration project in The Age today. This is Victoria's biggest ever shellfish reef restoration project.
Read the story and watch the great short video about our Shellfish

Victoria's only native oysters to make their comeback to clean bay

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Brenda Beck
Margaret Pozzobon
We're committed to defending the natural world you love for ALL of these reasons. Please take your commitment to the next level and stand one with nature. Will you become a Conservation Champion by making a monthly gift today?
Were committed to defending the natural world you love for ALL of

Become a Conservation Champion

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We're super excited to be on and in the water this week restoring Port Phillip Bay's lost shellfish reefs. Read the full story here.
Were super excited to be on and in the water this week

Victoria's biggest ever reef restoration project hits the water

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Kim Hudson
Ingrid Thomas
Thanks so much for joining our #greendesk movement this March! Our Work with Nature campaign is now over but we hope it inspired you to go beyond the hour and include nature in your regular work routine. You certainly inspired us with your beautiful photos. The winner of our Instagram #greendesk contest will be announced early May.
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Of more than 1000 anemone species in the ocean, only 10 species coexist with 26 species of tropical clownfish. Only select pairs of anemone and clownfish are compatible.

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Of more than 1000 anemone species in the ocean only 10 species
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