Wildlife Conservation Articles

Conservation & Education

Wildlife conservation and education are essential to raise awareness and protect many species. Learn more about wildlife conservation initiatives and how you can help in your backyard.

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Wildlife Photography Tutorials

Wildlife Photography

The art of wildlife photography is a journey that evolves with your skill. Elevate your skills and unlock the secrets to capturing breathtaking moments in nature. Let your creativity soar as you master the art of wildlife photography with our expert guidance.

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Ethical wildlife tourism destinations.

Wildlife Tourism

Ethical wildlife tourism can benefit the conservation of some species by providing funding and education. By engaging in responsible wildlife experiences, you directly support the conservation efforts for endangered species while raising awareness about the challenges they confront.

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Birds

The unique Pink and Grey Galah (Eolophus roseicapilla) is one of Australia’s most recognisable birds. Full of personality, Galahs are known for their comical and raucous behaviour.

Bird profiles

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Amphibians

The slender tree frog (Litoria adelaidensis), is one of Australia’s most attractive frogs, They often cling to standing reeds.

Amphibian profiles.

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Mammals

Wildlife conservation and education are essential to raise awareness and protect many species. Learn more about wildlife conservation initiatives and how you can help in your backyard.

Mammal profiles.
Wildlife stock images

Wildlife Stock Images

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Wildlife prints

Limited Edition Wildlife Prints

Adorn your walls with a beautiful limited edition signed print by award winning wildlife photographer, Diana Andersen.

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Wildlife Fundraising Prints

Wildlife Fundraising Prints

Buy a wildlife print that benefits wildlife. 50% of the proceeds of these fundraising wildlife prints are donated to one of our supported wildlife funds.

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Cattle Egret

The Cattle egret is a small, stocky white egret that follows livestock and large herbivores, feeding on insects disturbed by the foraging habits of the animals that give it ...

Little Corella

Raucous, rambunctious, playful and mischievous are all words that describe Australia's Little Corellas. They are a  common sight in many areas, including the urban areas of ...

Galah

The unique Pink and Grey Galah (Eolophus roseicapilla) is one of Australia's most recognisable birds. Full of personality, Galahs are known for their comical and raucous behaviour.
Impala Ewe seen from the Matebole Hide.
Australian Birds

Australian birds are some of the most unique and beautiful birds globally. Some examples are waterbirds, shorebirds, seabirds, colourful parrots, cockatoos, finches, wrens, robins, and raptors.

Unfortunately, many species are experiencing a decline in numbers. Habitat loss is a significant problem. In addition, predation from feral animals and domestic species such as foxes, dogs and cats contribute to losses. As a result, the past 30 years have seen a dramatic decline in many species. Some are close to extinction.

In addition, wetlands, tidal mudflats and other coastal habitats are essential destinations for many migratory birds. These birds visit from the northern hemisphere each year. As a result, the degradation of tidal habitats has a devastating impact.

Ground-nesting shorebirds are one of the most heavily impacted, with species declining in numbers by around 80% in some areas. Their nesting habits make them highly vulnerable to interference from pets, vehicles and other human activities. Furthermore, extreme weather events from climate change also have a negative impact.

Raising awareness of our beautiful Australian Birds is essential to preserving their populations in the future. In addition, understanding the impacts of housing and industry developments, recreational activities, and pollution on resident bird species is essential in making changes that benefit birds.

Ethical bird photography that does not interfere with normal bird behaviour can play a positive role. Furthermore, it can help develop an appreciation of the species that live here. Browse our images and profiles, including descriptions, habitat, diet, breeding habits, and conservation status. For some of our most endangered species, browse our articles to learn more.

Images in our Australian Bird profiles and photo galleries are exclusively the work of professional wildlife photographer Diana Andersen, Animalinfo Publications.

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