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A conversation with Miranda Gibson, an Australian conservationist who is protesting – in a unique and remarkable way – the clearcut felling of Tasmania’s old growth eucalypt rainforests. On the 14th of December 2011 Miranda climbed a rope to the top of a tree on the slopes of Mount Mueller in Southwest Tasmania and vowed to stay there until the forest was protected: which means that on the 19th November 2012, the day this podcast was recorded, she had already spent 340 days 60m above ground…
Carnaby’s Black Cockatoo: On a Wing and a PrayerExcellent Aussie birding/conservation website Bird-0.com is giving away five copies of Wildlife filmmaker Leighton de Barros'
It's utterly beyond my comprehension why anyone would want to kill a duck as it flies towards them, rocketing through a blue sky, beautifully and perfectly adapted to
This one article, by Katie Robertson of PerthNow which also owns the photo above, perfectly sums up the firestorm facing so many birds today: human population growth
In March 2010, Balangara Films, an independent production company in Melbourne, Australia, started developing a little social/nature documentary film “The Message of the Lyrebird”.