New Brisbane Bird Challenge Game card

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Yesterday I launched a new game card to help kids and adults learn about our common Brisbane birds: This game card features original illustrations of 12 common Brisbane bird species. Get kids and adults into birdwatching by playing the five … Continued

Red Centre adventures, plus more nature journaling dates

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Yay, I finally made it to the Northern Territory! And the Central Australian landscapes were sublime. So much colour and beauty, at every scale: from the mountains, through to the patterns of the vegetation, and right down to the individual … Continued

Sunlight and shadows – a dry sclerophyll forest portrait

  The most widespread and abundant forest type in Australia is probably dry sclerophyll forest – the tallest trees are eucalypts and their relatives (Corymbia, Angophora, Lophostemon), and below them are sparse shrubs, heath and/or grasses and herbs. This forest … Continued