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Photo: Slater's Skinks are an endangered skink native only to Central Australia and once feared extinct

Over two days in and around Alice Springs, scientists, land managers, Indigenous rangers, Government staff and others met to discuss future plans for the on-going management and monitoring of the S...

The ‘Cat Camp’ took place at Newhaven Wildlife Sanctuary, a four-hour drive north-west of Alice Springs.

Over the years a number of techniques have been used to manage feral cats here.

It was decided the first ever 'Cat Camp' would be a place to share and showcase different cat management approaches,...

Three dozen people saw what a difference removing buffel grass can have on natural landscapes last weekend when they toured several properties around Alice Springs.

A next generation buffel buster has a moment of reflection at Ankerre Ankerre

The Buffel Busting Inspiration Tour showcasing locals’ tria...

It’s common, this time of year after the rains have been kind to central Australia, to hear from locals and visitors to the region how green everything is.

Social media is awash with surprised remarks on how our vast expanses are more akin to an English countryside than how they thought a desert...

Today, February 2nd, marks World Wetlands Day. It aims to raise awareness of wetland values and benefits and to promote the conservation and wise use of wetlands. Last night, to celebrate in the red and arid centre of Central Australia, TNRM hosted an event at Simpsons Gap, just a 20 minute drive we...

Photo: Gregory Andrews with members of Nyirripi and Kiwirrkurra communities, Rachel Paltridge (Desert Wildlife Services) and Kate Crossing (Central Desert Native Title Services). Nolia Ward of Kiwirrkurra holds aloft a trophy presented by Gregory for champion feral cat hunting in WA. Christine Ellis...

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