Fishing equipment is the deadliest threat faced by coastal birds of prey a new study published in the Journal of Raptor Research has found.
Amid the COVID-19 crisis, a study released this week has some good news about a wildlife pandemic, which may help scientists better understand how emerging diseases evolve.
An international study has found the first evidence of an animal other than humans domesticating another species.
An international study has found sparrows, like humans, use medicinal herbs to defend against parasites and improve the condition of their offspring.
Griffith University has joined forces with the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Foundation (CWHF) to track the movements of coastal birds of prey after rehabilitation.
Griffith University researchers have been awarded more than $2 million in Australian Research Council (ARC) funding in the the ARC Discovery Indigenous and ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Award schemes announced by the Federal Minister for Education Dan Tehan MP this week. Vice Chancellor and President Professor Carolyn Evans said the awards demonstrated the impact […]
A long-term Griffith University-led study has for the first time used biochemical tracers in whale blubber to track the diet of humpback whales.