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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 […]