Habitat loss and habitat degradation

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by David Muirhead I see similarities between the recent and seemingly quite rapidly escalating decline in Port River dolphin numbers and the continuing extinction trend in the bushland birds of Adelaide and the Mount Lofty Ranges. Ornithologists have been saying for decades that the many smaller, specialised birds (such as […]

Diving with Old Friends

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Diving with Old Friends by Robert Rath Diving under the old Rapid Bay Jetty is often just like catching up with old friends, mostly good fun but sometimes leading to unexpected and beautiful surprises. Normally divers avoid currents, the biggest risk being swept off a dive plan and getting lost. […]

Udayana University Upskill Study Programs in Bali

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Udayana University in Bali, Indonesia holds regular summer school abroad programs. These study programs are created and designed especially for international students from different study fields who would like to continue their education both professionally and personally within a semester abroad or a summer school in Bali. They welcome international […]

How the Birds at West Island Were Saved From the Army

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There is an Aquatic Reserve at West Island in Encounter Bay. The Aquatic Reserve is classified as an IUCN Category VI protected area. According to Wikipedia, “West Island Encounter Bay Aquatic Reserve is a marine protected area. ….. It was proclaimed on 30 November 1971 in order to protect sites […]