Bats ‘fly by polarised light’

  Bats ‘fly by polarised light’ By Jonathan Webb Science reporter, BBC News   Bats use the pattern of polarised light in the evening sky to get their bearings, according to a new study. As well as having unusual echolocation skills and their own magnetic compass, bats are now the … Continue reading

Unesco warns Australia over Great Barrier Reef

Unesco has threatened to list the Great Barrier Reef as a World Heritage in Danger site, amid controversy over a plan to dump dredged sediment. Reef authorities granted permission for the dumping in January as part of a project to create one of the world’s biggest coal ports. But scientists … Continue reading

Ocean Acidification Can Mess w…

Ocean Acidification Can Mess with a Fish’s Mind: Scientific American http://t.co/GLgS39BI via @sciam

Talking to Dolphins | Animal S…

Talking to Dolphins | Animal Superpowers: http://t.co/BUMjXOnD via @youtube

Storyteller’s YouTube Channel …

Storyteller’s YouTube Channel tops 25 million views: http://www.youtube.com/storytellermedia

A tribute to Neil Armstrong th…

A tribute to Neil Armstrong the first man on the moon. Was the moon landing a catalyst for the conservation movement?

Songwriter Bernard Carney give…

Songwriter Bernard Carney gives permission for his song Gardens of Death to be used in our anti-landmine film: http://t.co/TC0736U5