Contrary to their pretty name and appearance, some Australian superb fairy-wrens can be ‘aggressive’ in the wild – which may be important for their survival. When […]
The latest floods have drowned out memories of drought in many parts of Australia, but ecosystems and native species are still battling with the effects of […]
The lives of the endangered southern emu-wren and one of Australia’s smallest falcons the nankeen kestrel will be better understood thanks to a strategic research investment […]
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 […]
Once limited to science-fiction, drones and facial recognition technology are now being harnessed to help save Australia’s koalas. A Flinders University College of Science and Engineering […]
Ever wondered why birds are born to peep, chirrup and sing? Surprisingly international avian experts have shown this to be true, after finding fluctuations in bird […]
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 […]
Embryonic learning in Red-backed Fairy-wrens has been established by Flinders bird experts and overseas 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.