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Do You Believe in the Wild? - Read WILDLIFE AUSTRALIA
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Embrace your wild side by subscribing to Wildlife Australia. It won't scratch and bite, but it's the next best thing: insights and images by those who care for nature and strive to understand it.

The natural world is powerful, and often requires interpretation. Wildlife Australia is a hub for those who value their relationship with nature and wish to enrich it with knowledge.

A subscription to Wildlife Australia won't cure lumbago, sciatica, rickets or whooping cough but it will cure two modern ailments: dislocation from nature and existential malaise.

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Wildlife Australia is a not-for-profit magazine and all proceeds go to support wildlife conservation projects.

A peek inside the Spring 2015 edition

Yellow crazy ant
Photo © David Wilson

Too much to lose: Yellow crazy ants in the Wet Tropics

Australia has a small window of opportunity to keep the Wet Tropics safe from yellow crazy ants. Lori Lach and Conrad Hoskin consider the potential costs of failure.





Graphic flutterer
Photo © Holly Bryant

Celebrating the dragons of the sky: In memory of Holly Bryant

Dragonflies, rich sources for both art and science, have been venerated and admired in some cultures, reviled and feared in others. Carol Booth and Jenny Thynne commemorate a remarkable woman who loved and fought for the natural world and was enchanted by these dragons of the sky.






Sooty owl
Photo © Tim Bawden

What sooty owls used to eat: A history of mammal losses in eastern Victoria

It's a question that haunts nature-lovers - what was Australia like before European colonisation? Zoologist Rohan Bilney follows clues left by sooty owls in Gippsland.






Orange-bellied parrot
Photo © Sharon Wormleaton

Worth every cent: The quest to save the orange-bellied parrot

In an age of shrinking conservation budgets, some have questioned the worth of saving Australia's rarest bird. But giving up on the orange-bellied parrot is unthinkable, says Mark Holdsworth.






Sclerolaena tricuspis
Photo © Peter McRae

Australia's prickliest

Burr enthusiasts Jen Silcock and Peter McRae travel far and wide to find a decent prickle. Let them imbue you, too, with enthusiasm for burrs.


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