Anthony Ham

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13 ENTRIES Anthony Ham writes about wildlife, conservation and current affairs for magazines and newspapers around the world.



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Illustration by Jeff Fisher

Society

Lines in the sand

By failing to take Indigenous knowledge seriously, a scientific paper speculating on the origin of WA desert ‘fairy circles’ misses the mark

Kakadu National Park

Society

Park of the covenant

With the Ranger Uranium Mine now closed, Kakadu’s traditional owners want the government to make good on the original promise of a national park in their care

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Society

Tracking country

Warlpiri elders and expert trackers are leading a program in northern Australia to teach younger generations how to read Country

Illustration by Jeff Fisher

Society

Where did all the bogongs go?

The drastic decline of the bogong moth could have disastrous ecological consequences

Illustration by Jeff Fisher

Society

Are there too many crocs in the Top End?

A recent spate of attacks is a reminder that Darwin was founded in the middle of crocodile habitat

Image of Environment Minister Sussan Ley

Politics

The spin and secrecy threatening the Australian environment

How the government is failing on the environment by hiding critical science

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Society

Return of the devil

Tasmanian devils may soon be returning to the wild on the mainland

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Society

Burning questions

A wildlife sanctuary in the Great Sandy Desert is studying how Indigenous fire management can protect biodiversity

Green house effect

Culture

Green house effect

Joost Bakker’s vision for sustainable housing is taking root

Lost for words

Culture

Lost for words

Bryan Dawe on life without John Clarke

Illustration by Jeff Fisher

Society

Tour de forced cancellations

How Port Douglas, the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree, has been quieted by lockdown

Illustration

Society

Not-so-Tasmanian tiger

The thylacine is thought be extinct. Might it still be found in mainland Australia?

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Society

Back from the dead

One dedicated bird watcher devoted years to the elusive night parrot