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Tony Bugeja at his dam, on his sugarcane farm, Mackay, North Queensland © WWF-Aus / Kerry Trapnell
Is it possible to bake plastic free? Join WWF-Australia's resident baker's journey to baki ...
9 Jul 2018
For many years, Indigenous women rangers have used their ecological knowledge to protect A ...
6 Jul 2018
These Indigenous women rangers are protecting nature for the benefit of every Australian.
5 Jul 2018
Plastics are deadly for marine wildlife. Vulnerable animals like turtles can get entangled ...
28 Jun 2018
Can you spot all the animals that you’ve helped protect in this illustrated map by Melbour ...
25 Jun 2018
You may not be familiar with his name, but his photos are instantly recognisable. Come beh ...
Join our resident trash talker Steph as she takes you through some tips on recycling plast ...
21 Jun 2018
How long does it take plastics to break down? Nearly all plastics ever created exists in s ...
19 Jun 2018
Meet John Mooney, WWF-Australia's longest supporter.
Small lifestyle changes can make a huge difference for the future of our oceans and wildli ...
18 Jun 2018
Celebrating 40 years in the field: WWF-Australia's conservation successes since 1978 in pi ...
5 Jun 2018
BREAKING NEWS: The vital laws to help stop excessive-tree clearing in QLD have just been p ...
3 May 2018
Immerse yourself in the extraordinary underwater world of northern Great Barrier Reef.
2 May 2018
What do watermelons and baby tapirs have in common...?
27 Apr 2018
Meet the well-dressed residents of the Antarctic’s icy islands.
24 Apr 2018
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Koala numbers are plummeting due to weakened tree-clearing laws in Queensland.
The black-flanked rock-wallaby is threatened by fox and feral cat predation, habitat destruction, and competition for food and shelter.