This colour-in page features some small birds that hang out in the rainforest where I live. Plus a cuckoo waiting to lay its eggs in their nest when it gets a chance. The plant is Neolitsea dealbata, also called ‘Doe’s … Read More
Bimblebox Nature Refuge protects a large tract of grassy woodland that provides habitat for many native animal species. Bimblebox, ironbarks, rusty jackets, brigalow and many other tree and shrub species provide food, shelter and breeding sites. This colour-in is free … Read More
Many gorgeous birds make their home in the Bimblebox Nature Refuge. The extensive woodlands of bimblebox, ironbarks, rusty jackets and many other tree and shrub species provide food, shelter and nesting sites. This colour-in is free for you to download, … Read More
Squirrel gliders roam the Bimblebox Nature Refuge in central Queensland, eating nectar, gum, insects and more. The squirrel glider in this colour-in is filled with the many sweet flowers it sups on during the tranquil woodland nights. This colour-in is … Read More
In the spirit of sharing something handwritten and messy, and to give you more ideas for your nature journaling adventures, here’s an ‘Ideas sheet’ I created a few months ago. It was only meant to be a ‘draft’ that I was going to work up into something ‘nice’. But I ran out of time, started giving it out at workshops, and people seem to like it. Maybe they find it helpful because it’s messy? I don’t know, but I’d love to hear your thoughts.
Two summers ago I set off to the Hay Plain in southern New South Wales to explore and draw the remarkable Plains-Wanderer and its grassland habitat. Ray and I stayed in the old homestead at Oolambeyan National Park while I … Read More
Nature journaling is a relaxing and fun way to connect with the natural world. You don’t need to be super-fit, or travel far to do it. Nature journaling improves your powers of observation and ability to see beauty and detail. … Read More