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Article published in "Australian Wildlife" magazine: "La Resistance! Bolstering frog recoveries...

Updated: May 3

Our article "La Resistance! Bolstering Frog Recoveries through Applied Field Research" has recently been published in the Winter 2022 edition of the popular magazine "Australian Wildlife"!

The article was written by PhD students Madelyn Mangan, Thais Sasso, Matthijs Hollanders, and Dr. Laura Grogan.

You can view a pdf of the full article by clicking the image.

Introductory paragraph:

"Amid surging public interest in conservation over recent decades, many charismatic animals are now protected as symbols of Australian wildlife. The status of koalas (Phascolarctos cinereus), platypuses (Ornithorhynchus anatinus), Tasmanian devils (Sarcophilus harrisii),

and wombats are so intertwined with the Australian identity that vast swaths of government and grassroots support are directed towards their well-being. While increased protection for our furry mammalian friends is undoubtedly a cause for celebration, a difficult question remains unanswered – who looks out for the little guys?"

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Please also find the link to the latest Australian Wildlife newsletter.

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