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A Tale of Three Scrubwrens

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Australia has an enormous variety of little brown birds. Some of these are scrubwrens, of the genus Sericornis (The name ‘Sericornis’ refers to the soft, silky plumage of these birds). Three species of... Read More

Beechmont Nature Journal, February 2021

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He waits on the bright green grass, alone. As I approach, he walks quickly away (wood ducks don’t waddle). Dark head held high, a cautious eye looking back, watching my every step. I... Read More

Announcing a new monthly email newsletter

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Hello dear blog subscribers. I just want to let you know about two changes happening to Paperbark Writer this year. One is that I’m planning to post more frequently. The second is that... Read More

A daily drawing challenge

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About 2 weeks ago I embarked on a daily drawing challenge. That is, to draw something from nature every day. Why nature? Because spending time in nature makes me happy! Why drawing? Because... Read More