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Hi-tech cameras in the forest show a shy endangered marsupial, the Long-footed Potoroo, has survived the 2019-20 bushfires.
A koala and her joey - the first born in the wild at Phillip Island since 2007 - popped by Phillip Island Nature Parks just in time for Wild Koala Day.
As we mark World Migratory Bird Day on Saturday 8 May, DELWP is helping the critically endangered species to recover.
A new population of highly endangered Eastern Barred Bandicoots has two new guardian dogs. Watch this gorgeous video!
We are working to ensure the survival of the Large Brown Tree Frog following the 2010-20 bushfires.
To celebrate World Wetlands Day on 2 February, we’re encouraging everyone to enjoy the wetlands near them to mark the 50th anniversary of the Ramsar Convention.
Extreme temperatures can cause some native birds and animals to suffer heat stress. These tips will help you make your backyard a heat haven to our furry and feathered friends.
The biggest forest restoration in Victoria’s history airlifted tonnes of seeds into Mountain and Alpine Ash forest devastated by last summer’s bushfires.
Explore Barmah- Millewa Forest with a team of scientists as they trap for threatened turtles on the Murray River.
Plants are essential for our planet! DIscover how trees take carbon dioxide from the air and transform it as they grow.
Walk into the night and go online spotlighting for some of Victoria's rarely seen tree-dwelling nocturnal marsupials.
See the Gunditjmara Traditional Owners' cultural burn on the Kurtonitj IPA in Budj Bim National Park. Burns pass on traditional skills and deliver cultural and environmental outcomes.
Help bushfire recovery: Report Lace Monitor, Sport-tailed Quoll, Koala, Ground Parrot, Glossy Black-Cockatoo or Diamond Python sightings.
Find out more about how you can help the places, plants and animals you love. Just a little time makes a world of difference.
Uncover why Eucalypts are backyard heroes with John Arnott, a horticultural expert from the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria.
Get creative with the CCMA and discover how much fun you can have from your backyard! Learn what it means to be a 'Citizen Scientist' and explore the world of the creepy, crawly and fabulous waterbug
The Mallee CMA is calling for budding citizen scientists to help monitor frogs in our local wetlands.
The Victorian Government has an exciting new opportunity to inspire ideas and encourage innovation by funding community-led projects that consider new ways of volunteering in and for the environment.
Threats and current management practices for this vulnerable species and our big blue back yard- the story of the bay.
Get a fascinating, behind-the-scenes peek inside the National Herbarium of Victoria, home to over 1.5 million plant specimens!
Una has championed working together to get good results for the environment, farming and the community. See the work that earned her a Lifetime Achievement Award.
Science isn't all lab coats and test tubes. Experience fieldwork as our scientists do and be transported to stunning landscapes across Victoria.
For more than 40 years, Peter Watt has been planting trees to improve the property he works on. See how one person's work can improve our waterways.
Farmer Bill Weatherly understands how important growing trees is. He's built an active community group which has championed bringing the local tree species.
Working with young scouts and improving the environment ar Jo Tully's passions. See how Jo is helping educate the next generation of environmental champions.
Go fishing with electricity and see how scientists survey for fish so we can better protect them.
Learn how cattle farmer Ricky Jenkyn is benefitting from fencing off waterways and revegetating riverbanks as part of the Caring for the Campaspe project.
Follow Ranger Brooke through Edwards Point Wildlife Reserve to learn how she protects crucial habitat for terrific travelling shorebirds.
Parks Victoria has been running conservation programs to protect the Grampians National Park for more than 25 years. Celebrate this wonderful achievement.
Take a walk among thousands of birds as Arthur Rylah Institute scientists survey the breeding bird colonies of Victoria's Mud Islands.
Delve into the world of Australia's beautiful but endangered orchids with Dr Noushka Reiter from Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria.
Discover the Ramsar treasures of Swan Bay with Angie and Rebecca and learn how to care for the special habitat through BCN community events.
Our plan to keep our natural environment healthy for future generations.
Reviewed 20 May 2021