Listening for Nature
Researchers are using advanced digital tools to listen in on animal sounds and map who is where from croaks and calls.
The colour of birds' eggs
The aesthetic qualities of a bird egg can tell you a lot about the species that laid it.
Wild: Amazing animals in a changing world
Found out more about the Wild: Amazing animals in a changing world exhibition at Melbourne Museum, which features more than 750 animals from around the world.
The A. J. Campbell Collection
Documents the life work of a passionate Ornithologist.
Collected by Charles Darwin in May 1833
The first donation to the Museum
Mounted specimen of the Little Pied Cormorant
Field Guide app to Victorian Fauna
National Field Guide apps
Wildlife Field Guide app to Gippsland Lakes
Field Guide to the Budj Bim Cultural Landscape
Discover Documentary: Biobank
Discover the Ian Potter Australian Wildlife Biobank: a state-of-the-art liquid nitrogen storage facility containing tissue, venom, and even live cells.
An Aboriginal perspective on Australia's threatened species.
Help us document biodiversity – record your own sightings
Are the only species of Pelican in Australia.
One of the largest members of the kingfisher family.
A dark red and blue parrot with a long pointed tail.
Superb Lyrebirds are excellent mimickers.