Menu
Scroll to top
Topic: London
Uluru’s Field of Lights: Underwhelming and reminiscent of aisle 12 at Bunnings

Uluru’s Field of Lights: Underwhelming and reminiscent of aisle 12 at Bunnings

The field spreads out before us as a jacket of a tradie after a Saturday night at Monsoons nightclub in Darwin. We feel a level of regret akin to those Sunday mornings at having parted with 35 precious dollars to observe a wide scale recreation of the lightbulb section of Aisle 12 Bunnings.

Ornithogenic Fire: Raptors as Propagators of Fire in the Australian Savanna

Ornithogenic Fire: Raptors as Propagators of Fire in the Australian Savanna

There is compelling evidence that at least two raptor species – the Brown Falcon and the Black Kite – act as propagators of fire within the Australian savanna woodlands and perhaps in other similar biomes elsewhere

Interview with Dr Rohan Clarke – birds, avian malaria and remote islands

Interview with Dr Rohan Clarke – birds, avian malaria and remote islands

We get into incredibly remote and exciting places like the Torres Strait - very few people have been to a place where they can look across to New Guinea while standing in Australia. So they are bonuses but doing the research and making new discoveries, and learning new things about natural history and ornithology and management - all sorts of things...