Torres Strait pigeon on nest
Photo © Daryl Dickson
Keeping faith: 50 years of counting Torres Strait pigeons
Suzie Smith and Liz Downes celebrate an enduring commitment to a lovely summer migrant - one of the longest wildlife population monitoring efforts in the world.
Photo © DG Knowles (Spineless Wonders)
How ants aid seeds
Australians boast of being athletic but our ants deserve more accolades, for they are far and away the world's best haulers of seeds, report Caitin Pascov and her co-researchers.
Crow with leaf stem
Photo © Gavin Hunt
Canny crows: tool-making on a Pacific island
We all know crows are smart. But Gavin Hunt will upend your thinking about animal intelligence with the latest revelations about New Caledonia's tool-making crows.
Photo © Marlis Dumke
Sharing a nest: Australia's group-living crab spiders
Caring, sharing spiders? Marlis Dumke portrays some stereotype-defying Australian spiders.
Photo © Christina Port
The benefits of togetherness
Australia is a very social land. Carol Booth explores some of the varieties of sociality in Australian wildlife.