From koalas to platypus, from bats and birds to reptiles, kangaroos, dunnarts, wombats and echidnas, Australian wildlife has been decimated by this bushfire crisis, with at least 1 billion wild lives lost so far. But what happens when the fires go out – can our animals and their habitats recover? In this special report podcast we chat to 3 renowned wildlife experts to find out what happens next for our animals. (Spoiler alert: there’s good news!)
In this episode of the Wild Lives podcast, wildlife icon Dr Jane Goodall shares her favourite stories of life in the field, how to save the environment in the age of climate change, and shares her simple tips for making a difference.
As poaching decimates wildlife populations across Africa, heroic people are stepping up to intervene – including the Black Mambas, the world’s first women’s only anti-poaching unit, who patrol and protect South Africa’s Balule Nature Reserve. Through their surveillance and sophisticated monitoring techniques, the Mambas are the first line of defence in the war against poaching […]
In this episode of the Wild Lives podcast, ranger Mel Tyas introduces Sydney’s best-kept secret: the Little Penguins of Manly.
In this new episode of the Wild Lives podcast, artist and marine naturalist Rich Dolan shares his tales of whales and shark encounters in Boston’s Stellwagen Bank area of the US.
In this episode of the Wild Lives podcast,. Award-winning film-maker, wildlife photographer and Pacific Wild conservation leader Ian McAllister talks all things Great Bear Rainforest, British Columbia.
In this new episode of the Wild Lives podcast, naturalist and wildlife photographer James Rogerson reveals the secret lives of Scotland’s otters and England’s badgers.
Expedition diver and underwater photographer Julia Sumerling joins the Wild Lives by Faunographic podcast to share her incredible adventures in Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.
Naturalist and bird expert Justin Hawco joins the Wild Lives by Faunographic podcast to share his intriguing (and hilarious) tales of working with puffins and more seabirds in Newfoundland, Canada.
Is the Great White Shark an indiscriminate killing machine, or is this ocean predator simply misunderstood? Marine biologist Kelly Baker has spent years working with South Africa’s sharks, and in this episode of the Wild Lives podcast she sets the record straight.