Locally extinct bandicoots have returned to Sturt National Park after more than 100 years.

Grab your hat, your camera, and your moth sheet, and get ready for the Big Bushfire BioBlitz!

It is important to underscore the importance of floodplains and their flows for the ecology of rivers.

This submission is from the Platypus Conservation Initiative (PCI), based at the Centre for Ecosystem Science, UNSW Sydney.

Wetland bird populations across eastern Australia have failed to respond to drought-breaking rains, as reservoirs and farm dams absorbed the bulk of of water flows.

A UNSW Sydney project has received funding to re-establish locally extinct native mammals beyond small fenced safe havens.

A nocturnal marsupial has been reintroduced into a feral-free area created by a UNSW-led project.

There are significant environmental, cultural, social and economic costs of building dams.

The Centre for Ecosystem Science and the Wild Deserts project welcomes the opportunity to provide advice to this important inquiry.

The Centre for Ecosystem Science, UNSW Sydney is seeking a doctoral candidate for a project investigating the sustainable conservation manageme

The new national park declared by the NSW government is still in excellent condition because its water supply remains largely intact, a top ecologist says.

The building of a re-regulating storage on the Macquarie River, as a proposed action has been referred to the Australian Government Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment for assessme

The proposed enlargement of Wyangala Dam by WaterNSW has been referred to the Australian Government for assessment against Matters of National Environmental Significance (MNES).