Issue two of the Beechmont Nature Journal, features baby (or moulting?) birds, bell birds popping up in a surprising place, and a giant of the forest.
Welcome to the Beechmont Nature Journal. Here you’ll find real news, collected from around where I live (the northern end of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area). The content is ever-changing, and I’m learning as I go. You never know what will turn up next in this amazing place. Come along for the ride!
Thank you to everyone who entered the ‘name the species on the ESA 2018 bag design’ competition. Many high-quality entries were received, and I was most impressed with the species ID skills of the entrants. Special mentions go to: Eve … Continued
When I started drawing I was fascinated by line more than anything else. In the last few weeks I’ve been reminding myself of the importance of tone – lights and darks, and how the contrast of these can bring drama … Continued