Dr Adam Kerezsy, aquatic ecologist, talks about the unique desert spring environment supporting the Red Finned Blue Eye.
There's much to admire about the work of Adam Kerezsy. A former teacher turned aquatic ecologist. Here's a couple of podcasts to listen to about this work and I recommend your grab a copy of his book Desert Fishing Lessons
I refuse to call these critters Water Rats. Too many Australia mammals just get labelled "rats". It generates negative thoughts toward Australian Wildlife and shows a big problem Australia has in trying to conserve our natural biodiversity, when much of our precious wildlife are considered vermin. Enjoy this podcast and open your mind
This is another ABC Radio National - Off Track podcast. This podcast looks at the work of Secret Creek near Lithgow, west of Sydney, which is working on a breeding program with the Eastern Quoll. If you are interested in the subject of predators in the Australian environment, you may be interested in the work of Rewilding Australia.
Here is another great podcast from ABC Radio National program - Off Track. It's a soundscape of dusk to night in the eucalyptus forests of Victoria. Ecologist David Lindenmayer, from the Australian National University is your guide.