Issue two of the Beechmont Nature Journal, features baby (or moulting?) birds, bell birds popping up in a surprising place, and a giant of the forest.
Thank you to everyone who entered the ‘name the species on the ESA 2018 bag design’ competition. Many high-quality entries were received, and I was most impressed with the species ID skills of the entrants. Special mentions go to: Eve … Continued
Last year I was asked to create a conference bag design for the Ecological Society of Australia (following previous bag designs in 2016 and 2017 – thanks ESA!). The conference location for 2018 was Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Queensland is a … Continued
I rarely get political on this blog, but what follows is an important part of my story, and of the struggle we’re in to try to save threatened species in Queensland. A few years ago I resigned from my job … Continued
Nearly 3 weeks ago I planned to draw A plant a day for a week. Part meditation, part nature journaling, part learning new species. Well, life got in the way, as it does. I didn’t draw a plant every day. … Continued