An eight-year study into critically endangered sawfish in the Fitzroy River has identified the habitats that are important to their survival.
At least two access ways through freshwater barriers need to be established for endangered sawfish in the north of Western Australia and other areas need to be monitored according to a new report.
Evidence suggests sawfish die a lingering death after rostrum removal, according to new research published in the Fisheries journal.
Murdoch University’s Freshwater Fish Group and the Nyikina-Mangala Rangers are unravelling the mysteries of one of the most threatened fishes in the world.
The Wheatstone Sawfish Offsets Project recruits talk over tough times on the Fitzroy River