Flinders University ecologists are calling on summer holiday-goers to not interfere with wildlife and damage habitats, notably for shy animals such as little penguins. A new […]
A team of researchers have surveyed the introduced population of platypuses on Kangaroo Island, revealing that the species may be on the road to recovery following […]
The fragile colony of Little Penguins on Granite Island will be safer thanks to new signage that better informs the public how to prevent the colony […]
Research led by Flinders University for the past 35 years is building a picture of how sleepy lizard behaviour determines their health and survival. Conservation of […]
Galápagos Islands finches that helped Charles Darwin develop his theory of natural selection are showing clear signs of further evolutionary development. The latest study by researchers […]
Animal behaviour, water resources and Indigenous archaeology are just some of the fields of research at Flinders to receive support from the 2015 Vice-Chancellor’s Early Career Researcher Awards.
Flinders University is preparing for the arrival of two captive bred Little Penguins, which will move into the University’s state-of-the-art Biology Discovery Centre today (February 14).
The first flocks of birds to move into Flinders University’s state-of-the-art Biology Discovery Centre are thriving in their new surrounds.
The web-making strategies of spiders, the sexual proclivities of squid, the effects of human tourism on bottle-nosed dolphins and the fight-back by the iconic Darwin’s finch against a voracious parasite are among the phenomena that will be described at a national conference on animal behaviour Flinders University from April 11 to 13.