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Top 10 most spotted Australian birds
To celebrate the Birdlife Australia Aussie Bird Count, we asked the Atlas of Living Australia to find out Australia’s most spotted birds.
Australia’s backyard treasure hunt
Looking for an adventure in your own backyard, park, beach or reserve? Our backyard treasure hunt has you covered.
Butterfly effect: our national biodiversity database turns 10!
The Atlas of Living Australia turns 10! We take a look at its contribution to research and what's next for the biodiversity database.
The Garragal Project: highlighting the value of Indigenous knowledge
The Garragal Project, managed by Kamilaroi women, will bridge the gap between Indigenous and western science knowledge for plants and animals.
Have yourself a sustainable little Christmas
Give our planet a gift. Make your festive season more environmentally-friendly this year. We've got some tips to help you have a sustainable Christmas.
Vale Dr John La Salle
It is with regret that we announce our Atlas of Living Australia Director, Dr John La Salle, recently passed away.
Petals to pixels: the prestigious leaves of Flora of Australia turn digital
Australia's continent-worth of flora has gone digital today! 'Flora of Australia': a resource, an academic treasure, all online so there's no need to sort through your archive of tomes, which you're always doing.
Citizen scientists bring more critters online
Back in October we took a look at the phenomenon of citizen science that has really taken off over the […]
Citizens, lend me your science-ing
Millions of people around the world are proving that you don’t need to be a professional scientist to be involved […]
Forty million critters and counting
By Andrea Wild Spotted a strange sponge? Photographed a fungus? Recorded the chirping of a bird in your garden? Become […]
Koalas, stand up and be counted
By Lucy Mercer-Mapstone At coffee with a friend recently we chatted about our latest smartphone app discovery while tweeting about […]