Unnaturally large numbers of ibis are now found in many urban environments along the east coast of Australia, primarily because of easy access to abundant food sources such as some waste landfills and public feeding.
Ecosure, and sister company Avisure, are proud to announce that our Reflect – Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) has been officially endorsed by Reconciliation Australia. In the spirit of celebrating the
Recently a Little Red Flying Fox was rescued from a barb wire fence by one of our extraordinary ecologists. In Australia barb wire fencing is very popular to keep in
Ecosure is excited to partner with CQUniversity to create a scholarship program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students undertaking an environmental science degree. The scholarship is called ‘CQUniCares Caring
The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™ is the world’s most comprehensive information source on the extinction risk of species, and as such is a critical indicator of the health
Ecosure and Avisure have received the final piece of artwork that represents both our companies and our journey towards reconciliation. The piece was created by Ray Garrett, a proud Darumbal