'The tracking of Judith' profiles a young female cassowary establishing its territory in the fragmented landscape of its essential habitat at Mission Beach.
It was made possible by the community sharing information which is being used to help protect the cassowary in our region. It helps identify individual cassowaries, their movement in the landscape, where they cross roads etc.
Check out 'Judith's story and lots of other information about the cassowaries and the identification project.
Thank you everyone for your contributions that make this project possible. More here.
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is gathering in Japan to explore the effect of climate change on the natural world. For the Great Barrier Reef, the situation is stark - emissions must be cut radically, and quickly, if it is to survive
This must see presentation by Oliver Milman, Christian Bennett and Mike Bowers of The Guardian.
Other places have the Big Banana, the Big Pineapple etc - why shouldn't Mission Beach have THE BIG TURD?
Bingil Bay Garners Beach - Joov and Cyril