Media

Stories celebrating Odonata's success

Eastern Barred Bandicoot. Photo by 2040

A New SEASON for Wildlife

Produced by 2040 Film

A short-film, created by Damon Gameau, celebrating and detailing the Odonata SEASON sanctuary network and its vision for the future.

Eastern Quoll. Photo by 2040
Eastern Quoll. Photo by 2040
Mt Rothwell team in action. Photo by Annette Ruzicka
Mt Rothwell team in action. Photo by Annette Ruzicka

The Guardian Australia

Helping Australia’s threatened wildlife thrive – in pictures, Annette Ruzicka & Lisa Cox

A small team of ecologists and scientists are working to find new ways to bolster populations of Australia’s endangered native animals

Canberra Times

Dramatic bid to rescue rarest animals, Steve Evans

A race against time is under way to save some of Australia's most threatened species in the Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve, south of Canberra.

A Southern Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby and her pouched young. Photo by Annette Ruzicka
A Southern Brush-tailed Rock-wallaby and her pouched young. Photo by Annette Ruzicka
Closed eye and top of bill of a platypus. Photo by Doug Gimesy
Closed eye and top of bill of a platypus. Photo by Doug Gimesy

Australian Geographic

National icon, the platypus, declared a threatened species in Victoria

A new citizen science project using eDNA technology to map the distribution of platypuses in Victoria will hopefully help reverse declines.

ABC TV Gardening Australia

My Garden Path - Annette Rypalski

We meet Annette Rypalski, Biodiversity Director at Mt Rothwell, Victoria’s largest native animal sanctuary, situated at the foothills of the You Yangs.

Odonata Biodiversity Director, Annette Rypalski. Photo by 2040
Odonata Biodiversity Director, Annette Rypalski. Photo by 2040
Photo by Annette Ruzicka
Photo by Annette Ruzicka

Australian Women's Weekly

Return to the wild, Genevieve Gannon

When the eastern barred bandicoot was declared extinct in the wild in 2013, it seemed they would be lost forever.

ABC News

Eastern quolls return to regional Victoria

Seven eastern quolls have been released in western Victoria, marking a long-awaited return for the species feared lost to extinction in mainland Australia.

Eastern quoll ©Annette Ruzicka 09
eDNA sampling. Photo by Streamline Media
eDNA sampling. Photo by Streamline Media

Australian Geographic

Join CSI Australia to help save our native wildlife

Thousands of people across the country are set to begin searching for DNA from the nation’s animals.

Broadsheet Melbourne

A Huge Section of Melbourne’s 2000-Square-Metre Rooftop Urban Farm Is Now Complete.

A former CBD car park has been transformed into a sky-high garden of native edible plants.

Melbourne Skyfarm. Photo by Melbourne Skyfarm.
Melbourne Skyfarm. Photo by Melbourne Skyfarm.
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Eco Voice

Iconic Aussie Hat Brand Will & Bear Partners with Odonata Foundation on a Mission to Save Australia’s Bandicoots from Extinction – One Hat at a Time

Australian leaders in sustainable headwear, Will & Bear, are furthering their positive impact through a new phase of their partnership with the Odonata Foundation.

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