Wildlife Photographer, Filmmaker, Journalist

Journalism

published articles

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Puffin pairs travel close for breeding success

BBC WILDLIFE MAGAZINE

By Nardine Groch April 2017

A new study reveals how puffins that stay near each other while migrating produce more chicks.

 
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8 fascinating facts you should know about tapirs

BBC WILDLIFE MAGAZINE

By Nardine Groch May, 2017

Tapirs are rather unusual-looking mammals, and they are absolutely amazing creatures.

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First live giant shipworm discovered

BBC WILDLIFE MAGAZINE

By Nardine Groch April 25, 2017

Researchers find 1.5m-long bivalve mollusc alive in the wild. 

 
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Scientists call for Tasmanian devils to be reintroduced as mainland predators to combat feral cats

ABC NEWS 

By Nardine Groch October, 2014

Tasmanian Devils could soon be released into a mainland national park to compete with feral cats.

 
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Feral cats tear through last wild bilby population in Queensland’s Astrebla Downs National ParK

ABC NEWS

By Nardine Groch October, 2014

As few as 200 native bilbies remain in the wild in Astrebla Downs National Park, after a recent plague of feral cats devastated Queensland's former stronghold for the endangered marsupial.

 
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COP21: inside the world’s biggest media centre

CRIKEY

By Nardine Groch Dec, 2015

Paris' climate conference, COP21, has attracted an unprecedented level of media attention. Freelance journalist Nardine Groch is there to capture all the action.

 
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Platypus project seeks clean bill of health

THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD

By Nardine Groch May, 2013

Sponsors of a new website, platypusSPOT, hope to amass a community-driven database on platypus distribution, which they say is essential for the effective management and conservation of the iconic animal.

 
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Attenborough and Branson back 1.5 degree target for coral reef survival

MOJO NEWS

By Nardine Groch, at COP21 in Paris, December 9, 2015

For the Great Barrier Reef to survive, global warming must be kept below 1.5 degrees, key environmental campaigners told media and supporters in Paris, site of the global climate conference.

 
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A new way forward: Indigenous Australians join global climate movement

MOJO NEWS

By Nardine Groch, at COP21 in Paris, December 1, 2015

Representatives from indigenous Australia were among hundreds of delegates from around the globe who united in Paris last week to express the challenges they faced from climate change and to offer solutions.

 
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Celebrities descend on Paris climate conference to support human rights

MOJO NEWS

By Nardine Groch, at COP21 in Paris, December 12, 2015

A plethora of celebrities have appeared in Paris during the second week of the UN climate change negotiations to give weight to the importance of key human rights issues being included in the final agreement.

 
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Protest with sole: Climate activists from across the globe vote with their feet

MOJO NEWS

By Nardine Groch, at COP21 in Paris, December 4, 2015

About 22,000 pairs of shoes filled one of Paris’s most important squares, Place de la Republique, on the eve of the arrival of 150 world leaders from around the world  for the UN climate change talks.

 
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Grabbing rhino survival by the horn

MOJO NEWS

By Nardine Groch, June 19, 2014

A particle physicist turned leadership trainer and businesswoman directs her talents to saving rhinos  

 
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Threatened species win support

MOJO NEWS

By Nardine Groch, September 2, 2013

Major failings in current systems to help save threatened species were revealed in a recent Senate report.  The Coalition says it will act to end this crisis facing native fauna, putting a largely ignored issue on the election agenda.

 
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‘Inappropriate’ back-burns could drive species extinct

ABC ENVIRONMENT

By Nardine Groch, March 2015

Scientists warn that the wrong fire patterns could see more losses of threatened species across the country.