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Sit back and relax and let Colin Stafford-Johnson guide you along the River Shannon in this meditative and stunning documentary. Aboard his canoe, Colin spends a year exploring the greatest river in Ireland, seeking out the wildlife and wild places of a liquid highway steeped in stories and folklore.
If you would like to help our wildlife but are unable to commit to animal rescue or care, you can still make a difference by making pouches and/or linings for WIRES.
28 March - 5 October 2015
Experience the power, mystique and beauty of nature through the wildlife photographer’s lens.
Get up close and personal with some of our planet's most unique animals with these unforgettable experiences.
My Year Without Matches is an inspiring book about a journey to live in the wild for a whole year.
Research into wildlife cybercrime has revealed more than 33,000 endangered species are currently listed for sale.
Isabel Lucas puts her high profile to the cause of palm oil; here she tells Green Lifestyle why she’s so concerned about the illegal destruction of rainforest in Asia.
29 March – 1 June, 2014
See a showcase of the world's finest wildlife photography at the Wildlife Photographer of The Year exhibition, once again at the Australian Museum in 2014. The exhibition includes beautiful, carefully chosen images ranging from landscapes and plant life to captivating animals, which were selected from almost 50,000 entries in the international competition. This year, one of Australia's best wildlife photographers, Justin Gilligan, is featured. Wildlife Photographer of the Year is co-owned by the Natural History Museum and BBC Worldwide.
Where: The Australian Museum, 6 College St, Sydney, NSW.
When: Saturday 29 March – Sunday 1 June, 2014.
Cost: Adult- $15; Child- $8; Family- $38 (2 adults and 2 children).
Click here for more information.
A stunning combination of Australia's best wilderness photography, accompanied by carefully chosen phrases.
9 to 13 March, 2014
Join international orangutan conservationist, Lone Dröscher Nielsen from Borneo Orangutan Survival Australia (BOSA), as she speaks firsthand about her near 20-year journey working to rescue and rehabilitate the endangered orangutans of Borneo. As founder of BOSA's Nyaru Menteng facility – the largest orangutan rescue and rehabilitation centre in the world - Lone's quest to save and rehabilitate Borneo's red ape has been showcased on Animal Planet's award-winning series Orangutan Island and the BBC's Orangutan Diary series. Seats are limited, so book early!
Brisbane: Queensland University of Technology, Kelvin Grove Campus. 5pm – 6:30pm, Sunday March 9, 2014.
Sydney: Wesley Conference Centre, 220 Pitt Street. 7pm – 9pm, Wednesday March 12, 2014.
Melbourne: Kaleide Theatre, RMIT University, 360 Swanston St. 6:30pm – 9pm, Thursday March 13, 2014.
Cost: Adults $25, Children/Concession $15. All proceeds go to Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation.
Click here for more info and to buy tickets.