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Australia’s Native Birds have Vanished across the Continent since Colonisation

Michelle Ward, The University of Queensland. In the 250 years since Europeans colonised Australia, native birdlife has disappeared across the continent. Our new research has, for the first time, registered just how much Australia has actually lost – and our… Continue Reading →

A Rare Bird — The Black Swan

By David Haworth, Monash University The black swan is an Australian icon. The official emblem of Western Australia, depicted in the state flag and coat-of-arms, it decorates several public buildings. The bird is also the namesake for Perth’s Swan River,… Continue Reading →

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