If life sends you lemons, butterflies may follow

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We’ve always had a lemon tree, in every place that we’ve lived. “The most useful fruit tree you can have,” says Ray. But the other great thing about cultivating lemons is that a beautiful butterfly tends to follow. Caterpillars of … Continued

Winter wanderings

Winter field trips can be cold but exhilarating. This winter I had the good fortune to travel down to northern Victoria and southern New South Wales, to reacquaint myself with those landscapes under grey subdued skies. The trip was half … Continued

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

New nature journaling workshops for 2018, plus a personal invite to my next workshop at Binna Burra Lodge

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This year I’m launching some exciting new nature journaling workshops. Since 2016 I have worked with a wide range of groups to deliver a basic level ‘Introduction to Nature Journaling’ workshop. This has been warmly received, and the thirst for … Continued