Herding Cats to Curtail Extinction
Rachel Fetherston reviews the recently published Cat Wars and discusses the arguments behind containing feral cat populations.
Ella Kelly dives in at serene Waratah Bay in this Splash Spot.
Belonging to the Mountains: Mark Tredinnick's The Blue Plateau
Alex Mullarky explores the meaning of landscape and belonging in Mark Tredinnick's emotive memoir.
Watery Neighbours: The Animals that Reside Beneath Australia's Waves
This summer in Victoria, who will you meet beneath our waves? Melissa Marquez discusses both the known and lesser known species that might be encountered in Australian waters.
Melbourne's Peculiar Parasitic Plants
Mackenzie Kwak investigates the unusual and little-known lives of some of our city's common parasitic plants.
Wild Melbourne are excited to announce the launch of our schools program designed to enhance students' understanding of science, sustainability and the outside world.
The Point Leo Project
Discover more about the interpretive and interactive displays we installed at Point Leo and why we love to help empower communities.
A Film About Nature & You
We're all set to go on our documentary exploring our relationship with the natural world.
Wild Melbourne is dedicated to enhancing the Victorian public's understanding of native Australian wildlife, science and environmental matters.
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