Happily evaporating in the mangroves

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The mangrove kingfisher looked thin – its feathers were flattened against its body. It sort of drooped on the branch. Tail down, beak open, wings held away from the body. And see the wobbly end of its beak? That’s not … Continued

New! Australian Robin Christmas cards

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I’m excited to announce my new range of Australian Robin Christmas cards. I’ve always loved robin Christmas cards. But they only seem to show the European robin ‘redbreast’, often forests of pine and oak trees, and usually snow. Like many … Continued

Want to get started with nature journaling? This little guidebook will show you how.

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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. … Continued

An underwater nature journaling adventure

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I love fish. Something about the way they stare and shimmer, and then quickly flick away from you when you’re snorkelling. The endless variety of shapes and sizes and forms. Their easy existence in a medium so foreign to ours. … Continued