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it is just the 17th recorded sighting of a quoll in that part of the state.its discovery will require the creation of a five-square kilometre habitat protection zone and a 10-kilometre management zone, where logging operations will be prohibited.the predatory animals are known to range over large ar...



12 new forest pony facts every native fan needs to know...




new forest ponies are a linchpin of our native breeds — the ultimate all-rounder. they have an ideal temperament, are easy to train and are able to carry both children and adults. but now that they can be found on the rare breeds survival trust’s “at risk” watchlist, it’s time we sat up an...



nesting in cavities protects birds from predators—to a point




a marsh tit brings nest material to a cavity, which will help protect its young from predators. credit: m. arndtnesting in cavities provides birds with some protection from predators—but it isn't foolproof. a new study from the auk: ornithological advances explores how poland's cavity-nesting mars...



nesting in cavities protects birds from predators -- to a point




image: a marsh tit brings nest material to a cavity, which will help protect its young from predators. view more credit: m. arndtnesting in cavities provides birds with some protection from predators -- but it isn't foolproof. a new study from the auk: ornithological advances explores how poland's...



conservation of indonesian river and forest habitats in order to protect wildlif




a new project led by a researcher from the university of leicester is supporting the conservation of river and forest habitats in indonesia - which are vital to the survival of a number of rare species of animal including orangutans and native fish.



predator control can have unintended consequences




introduced predators pose threats to biodiversity and are implicated in the extinction of many native species. a new mammal review analysis of published studies highlights unintended outcomes of predator control programs that are implemented to mitigate these effects.



payments to rural communities offer a new opportunity to restore china's native




patches of reforested land alongside farms in sichuan province, china. reforestation in china often uses single species rather than the range of species found in the original native forests. credit: fangyuan huadespite massive efforts at reforestation, china's native forests continue to be displaced...



forestry agreements extended in victoria but big trees get protection




“our rfas are more than 20 years old, and don’t reflect modern forest science or the needs of local communities -  that’s why it’s so important to modernise these agreements and get them right," ms d'ambrosio said.“this is about protecting more old growth forests like the kuark forest and...



payments to rural communities offer a new opportunity to restore china's native




despite massive efforts at reforestation, china's native forests continue to be displaced by plantations. a new study by researchers from the world agroforestry centre (icraf), kunming institute of botany (kib), princeton university, and sun yat-sen university argues that rural communities could hel...



belowground fungal interactions with trees help explain non-native plant invasio




mycorrhizal fungi are a type of fungi that help trees feed on minerals in the soil and, in turn, feed off sugars in tree roots. new research by a us forest service scientist and partners suggests that the type of mycorrhizal fungi dominant in a forest influences vulnerability to non-native plant inv...



deer prefer native plants leaving lasting damage on forests




ithaca, n.y. - when rampant white-tailed deer graze in forests, they prefer to eat native plants over certain unpalatable invasive plants, such as garlic mustard and japanese stiltgrass. these eating habits lower native plant diversity and abundance, while increasing the proportion of plant communit...



protesters rally as wa agency plans native forest logging increase




the state’s logging agency has moved to increase logging of jarrah, marri and karri forest by up to 50 per cent, even as black cockatoo species relying on these trees are upgraded to “endangered” status.meanwhile, the state government has backed away from commitments to protect high conservati...



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invasive earthworms at the root of sugar maple decline




a new study suggests that non-native worms are eating up the forest floor, causing sugar maples to die back and perhaps harming other forest dwellers.



belowground fungal interactions with trees help explain non-native plant invasio




image: mycorrhizal fungi are a type of fungi that help trees feed on minerals in the soil and, in turn, feed off sugars in tree roots. new research by a us... view more credit: melanie taylor, u.s. forest servicenew research published by a team of scientists from the usda forest service and purdue...



predator control can have unintended consequences




image: this is an image of a dingo. view more credit: daniel o. hunterintroduced predators pose threats to biodiversity and are implicated in the extinction of many native species. a new mammal review analysis of published studies highlights unintended outcomes of predator control programs that ar...



shale gas development spurring spread of invasive plants in pennsylvania forests




vast swaths of pennsylvania forests were clear-cut circa 1900 and regrowth has largely been from local native plant communities, but a team of researchers in penn state's college of agricultural sciences has found that invasive, non-native plants are making significant inroads with unconventional na...



disease-carrying mosquitoes rare in undisturbed tropical forests




aedes is a genus of mosquitoes that includes species that transmit dengue fever, zika virus, yellow fever and chikungunya virus. it was originally found in the tropics and subtropics and is now found on all continents except antarctica. credit: jose loaizaa new study by scientists from the smithsoni...



mowing the lawn less often improves bee habitat




credit: usda forest servicewhen it comes to improving habitat for beleaguered native bee species, doing less may accomplish more. new research by the usda forest service and partners funded by the national science foundation found that mowing the lawn less frequently can significantly improve pollin...



rare coastal martens under high risk of extinction in coming decades




corvallis, ore. - the coastal marten, a small but fierce forest predator, is at a high risk for extinction in oregon and northern california in the next 30 years due to threats from human activities, according to a new study.the study, published today in the online journal peerj, will be available t...



shale gas development spurring spread of invasive plants in pa. forests




lead researcher kathryn barlow, a doctoral student in ecology, conducts a plant survey on the edge of a marcellus shale natural gas well pad. credit: mortensen lab, penn statevast swaths of pennsylvania forests were clear-cut circa 1900 and regrowth has largely been from local native plant communiti...



rare coastal martens under high risk of extinction in coming decades




credit: oregon state universitythe coastal marten, a small but fierce forest predator, is at a high risk for extinction in oregon and northern california in the next 30 years due to threats from human activities, according to a new study. the study, published today in the online journal peerj, will ...



assessment concludes urban forests in chicago region face a warmer, wetter futur




a new assessment of urban forest vulnerability in a 7-million-acre region surrounding chicago suggests that native tree species may decline and non-native species thrive as habitat suitability shifts. the report was led by the usda forest service and partners. credit: lindsay darling, the morton arb...



abandoned agricultural lands can play important role in restoring tropical rainf




abandoned oil palm plantations can regenerate forest canopy to levels often found in primary forest, providing a means to protect important wildlife habitats that are under threat from forest decline.



specialized beetles shed light on predator-prey associations in the cretaceous




recently, a research team led by researchers from the nanjing institute of geology and palaeontology, chinese academy of sciences (nigpas) found a new morphologically specialized beetle from the mid-cretaceous burmese amber, shedding new light on the predator-prey associations in the late mesozoic t...