Create your own nature journal in the Western Downs of Queensland

Did you know there’s a delightful little gallery at Miles, in the Western Downs of Queensland? It’s called Dogwood Crossing and it will soon be hosting the wonderful Bimblebox 153 Birds art exhibition. I’ll be leading a special Nature Journaling … Read More

Trees in Space and Time: A special nature journaling adventure at Binna Burra

This Black Booyong is one of the five important rainforest tree species we’ll meet if you come along to my ‘Trees in Space and Time’ workshop at Binna Burra. Here’s another, the Native Bleeding Heart: Meet five important tree species … Read More

A Tale of Three Scrubwrens

Australia has an enormous variety of little brown birds. Some of these are scrubwrens, of the genus Sericornis (The name ‘Sericornis’ refers to the soft, silky plumage of these birds). Three species of Sericornis live in the forests of Lamington … Read More

How do you describe a forest? (or woodland, shrubland, grassland…)

Forests are hard to describe. So much complexity, so much thriving life. Colours, light and forms change with the seasons, and over time. How to fit all that into words or pictures? The ways to describe a forest are infinite, … Read More

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