climate change

The ‘Common Wombat’…what’s in a name?

Currently, there are three extant species of Wombat: The ‘Northern hairy-nosed Wombat’ (Lasiorhinus krefftii) listed as ‘Critically Endangered’ The ‘Southern hairy-nosed Wombat’ (Lasiorhinus latifrons) listed as ‘Near Threatened’ The ‘Common Wombat’ (Vombatus Ursinus) listed at ‘Least Concern’. The ‘Common Wombat’, was first documented by colonial settler, George Shaw in 1800. The perception this title creates, is that […]

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MadSadSharks: Instagram Meets Conservation

Treeswift Wildlife: There are many things we’re passionate about at Treeswift Wildlife & Nature – and one of those things, is the opportunity to meet with people from all around the world. Today, we meet with Meg from Sludgework to discuss her latest project, MadSadSharks – a new graphic design page that promotes conservation through anthropomorphic

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