Xanthopus

Our newsletter Xanthopus is produced and sent to our members biannually. It contains information about our current projects and activities and includes an update from both our President and Nature Advocate.

The Nature Conservation Society of SA has produced a newsletter since 1963. The title 'Xanthopus' was adopted in 1983 to reflect the species name of the Yellow-footed Rock-wallaby (Petrogale xanthopus xanthopus) that appears in our logo. The Winter 2014 issue was the first in a new electronic format of the newsletter. We hope that you will find it interesting, relevant and easy to read. 

Xanthopus Summer-Autumn 2018

xanthopus summer autumn 2018In this issue:

  • In the Chair
  • Nature Advocate’s Report
  • Projects Update
  • Features:
    • Conservation Biology Grant Report: Diet of wild deer in
      South Australia
    • Long term monitoring documents grazing impacts and a
      decline of Silver Banksia in Charleston Conservation Park
  • Creature Feature: Yellow-tailed Black Cockatoo

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Xanthopus Winter-Spring 2017

xanthopus winterspring2017In this issue:

  • In the Chair
  • Conservation Ecologist’s Report
  • Introducing our new Nature Advocate
  • Projects Update
  • Feature: Mount Burr Swamp Update
  • Creature Feature: Malleefowl

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