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Now is the time for Nest Box Maintenance

It would be nice to think that once a nesting box is installed, that is it!  The wildlife would breed and all would live happily ever after!  Unfortunately wildlife/nesting boxes need periodical monitoring and maintenance the same as any home! You can either maintain...

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Natural born killers: the problem with cats.

Natural born killers: the problem with cats.

It may be time for us to reconsider our long lave affair with cats, says John Pickrell editor of Australian Geographic. Many People love cats.  But has the time come to break our addiction to them? John asks.  In the following article John provides some compelling...

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Saving City Wildlife – with democracy

Saving City Wildlife – with democracy

Australian citizens can become more involved in planning their cities with wildlife in mind thanks to a new tool developed by researchers at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions (CEED). “When it comes to urban planning, protecting wildlife is often...

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Seacliff PS Nesting Success

Seacliff PS Nesting Success

Seacliff Primary School was involved in a nest box building project thanks to DPTI, City of Holdfast Bay, the NRM Board and fauNature last year. Attached is an article written by Jeremy Gramp of the Adelaide and Mount Lofty NRM board and published in their term 3,...

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Wildlife of Greater Adelaide

Wildlife of Greater Adelaide

Whether digging in the garden, walking the dog, or jogging through one of our local parks, we constantly encounter animals. From the minute and bizarre creatures hidden in the leaf litter, to big, colourful, active mammals and birds, we are surrounded by wildlife....

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Wildlife of Greater Adelaide wins a 2017 Whitley Award!

Wildlife of Greater Adelaide wins a 2017 Whitley Award!

The Whitley Awards, presented annually by the Royal Zoological Society of NSW, recognise the best publications that profile the unique wildlife of the Australasian region. The Wildlife of Greater Adelaide was one of 11 zoological publications recognised at this years...

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