Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals
Thresher and hammerhead sharks listed as protected migratory species under UN convention in November
The recent leaking of a new draft management plan for the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area (TWWHA) has prompted vigorous debate over the merits of tourism development in protected areas.
The destruction of tidal flats in Asia has caused a serious decline in Australian migratory shorebird numbers and could lead to the extinction of some species, a report has found.
A walk along the seafront at Cairns produces close-up views of some of the world’s most incredible global travellers, as Stephen Moss discovers on his bird and wildlife tour around
Quand bien même 15 000 km de terres et de mers les séparent, il ne fait pas bon être un dromadaire en Australie ou une gazelle en Algérie.
The Western Australian government is jeopardising beach safety by using tagging data to track a great white shark it has marked for culling, a shark expert says.
The film Jaws has heavily influenced Western Australia's stance on sharks, a review of over a decade of state government policy has found.
Polar bears, sharks and other migratory species granted UN protection
Recreational divers are helping scientists understand a rare stingray which has only been recorded 25 times in Australia since 1770.
Research shows three-quarters of rubbish was plastic and debris concentrated near cities