Category wildlife news
Meet the Spirit Bears of the Great Bear Rainforest in British Columbia, in this podcast with naturalist Jack Plant
Naturalist Annie Skarratt and photographer Jonas Liebschner share everything you need to know about Sydney’s humpback whale migration
In this podcast, legendary big cat expert Dr Laurie Marker shares the fascinating tales of her life with cheetahs in both Namibia and her early days in the Unites States.
In this podcast episode, we speak to killer whale expert Paulo O’Connor about his wild experiences with orcas in the Salish Sea, BC Canada
In this podcast, humpback expert Vicki Neville shares her favourite moments with Hervey Bay’s legendary whales
If you can’t drop everything to go see your favourite animals in the wild, this brand new podcast will bring them to you. We speak to naturalists, photographers and explorers to get up close to everything from tigers to sharks to curious cassowaries!
They’re the apex predators seriously threatened by poaching and shrinking habitats, yet few animals capture the imagination like the big cats. We put their image on everything from car company logos to footy jerseys – yet the reality of life for these sentient wildlings is so far removed from our everyday understanding that it takes […]
Winston Churchill once said, “A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.” Ray Dearlove doesn’t just see an opportunity to save the rhino from certain extinction – he’s created one with The Australian Rhino Project. This ambitious plan will establish a breeding herd of white rhinos Down […]
40 professional monkey impersonators will now defend the Indian Parliament against marauding macaques. New Delhi’s growing monkey problem has come to a head, with the sneaky simians ambushing people for food, jumping on trains and even roaming the corridors Parliament House to help themselves to bureaucratic paperwork. In an official statement issued by the Ministry of […]
Unesco has finally declared Botswana’s Okavango Delta a World Heritage Site, protecting Africa’s biggest wetland system for future generations. Applause please, because: The area is an epic wilderness that spans 16,000 km². That’s nearly 7 times the size of the Australian Capital Territory. Big? Yep. Stunning, too. It’s a Faunographer’s happy place – 128 species of mammal […]