Is there any other city of Sydney’s scale where nature impinges so insistently in the lives and spaces of its citizens? Shared Terrain is about urban ecology: the relationship between the natural and built environments in Sydney, changes in the populations of native fauna and vegetation, weather patterns, water resources and environmental management.
Endangered species, a bell from in my backyard.
Native flora and fauna of the Pyrmont Peninsula in 1788.
Wildlife Management at the Sydney Royal Botanic Gardens.
Experiencing the natural world from a Sydney high rise apartment.
A 'green' approach to personal and professional life.
A modern day active urban conservationist.
Australian Museum researcher talks about Birds in Backyards.
Flora and fauna. Childhood interest to Sydney botanist.
Written in the stars. A Sydney Observatory astronomers life.
The frogman'. A Sydney based environmentalist and herpetologist.