Western swamp tortoises have been translocated to a reserve south of their historic range in an attempt to negate the likely impact of climate change. It is the first time in Australia that a vertebrate species has been translocated in anticipation of climate change..
Hundreds of thousands of Australian species are so poorly known that their risk of extinction cannot be determined.
These species cannot be categorised as threatened or not under Australia’s EPBC (Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation) Act, and are therefore afforded no conservation protection under the legislation.
The Australian National University is seeking applications from candidates for a PhD program of research on the spatial genetic structure and population dynamics of the eastern bristlebird at Booderee National Park in NSW.
The Australian National University is seeking applications for a PhD program of research on the ecological requirements of frogs in human modified landscapes in New South Wales and Victoria.
Researchers from the TSR Hub’s Project 3.3 will establish as many as 41 malleefowl monitoring sites across southern Australia, in one of the largest adaptive management experiments ever attempted in Australia.