We've taken our team into the recording studio to share with you the incredible stories behind Phillip Island Nature Parks. Each episode will take you on a journey, showing what it's like at the forefront of conservation, research and wildlife rescue & rehabilitation. Listen, share and subscribe below.
Join Ranger Jordan, Ranger Skye, and Research Technical Officer Paula Wasiak, as they discuss what it's like to work with Little Penguins.
Join Ranger Meagan and Ranger Skye as they talk to Marine Scientist Rebecca McIntosh about life on the rocks for the Australian Fur Seals.
Join Ranger Skye and Ranger Meagan as they talk to Ranger Ash about how we protect nature for wildlife through pest management.
Join Ranger Meagan, Ranger Jordan and Dr Peter Dann as they share the important story of the race to save the Summerland Peninsula's Little Penguin population in the 1980s.
Join Ranger Skye and special guest Daniel Kallstrom as they provide an insight into the recovery of bushfire-affected koalas and their return home to the wild.
Join Threatened Species Officer Thomas Nixon as he tells the story of how these shy marsupials ended up on Phillip Island, and how we are protecting them into the future.
Join Ranger Meagan as she chats to Professor Penguin himself, Dr Andre Chiaradia, about what happens when the Little Penguins leave Phillip Island's shores each morning.
Join Ranger Jordan and Ranger Skye as they take you through a day in the life of Hooded Plover monitoring on Phillip Island's beaches with Environment Ranger Jon.
Join Ranger Meagan, Ranger Skye & Conservation Manager Jessica McKelson as they walk you through the positive effects of being in nature on mental and physical wellbeing.
Join Ranger Jordan and Skye as they celebrate the annual short-tailed shearwater migration by chatting with Deputy Research Director Dr Duncan Sutherland about these globetrotting birds.