Exit Cave, Tasmania

D’Entrecasteaux River Sumps exploration 2013 By JANINE McKINNON STC Exit Cave is a large, multi-entrance system in Southern Tasmania. It is arguably the longest cave system in Australia. (Cue the arguments regarding Bullita in the NT.) The cave has been known for many decades, and multiple expeditions and day trips have been undertaken to explore … Continue reading Exit Cave, Tasmania

Chasing Bat Calls on the Nullarbor

CLARE BUSWELL FUSSI | Insectivorous bat occurrence data from the Nullarbor bioregion are scant and largely based on capture records or observations in caves. Currently eight species have been recorded (Table 1) (McKenzie and Robinson 1987; Kemper et al. in prep). Many of these records were collected from the treed section of the Nullarbor Plain … Continue reading Chasing Bat Calls on the Nullarbor