Tag Archives: kimberley region

reptilian gallery …

Reptiles pictured over the last several years from all over the Kimberley. Many others I haven’t been able to get close enough. Two, however are from elsewhere, see if you can pick them. Click to enlarge …

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Broome’s Green Army … greening the Kimberley

Just approved, courtesy of the Federal Government, our many Green Army Projects for the Broome area. (pdf pages 43-45) These projects will be ongoing for the next 18 months, in 3 stages of 6 months each. The host is Mamabulanjin … Continue reading

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boosting indigenous employment, business and profits … Environmental Horticulture

The past 12 months have been a very intense time of planning, supervision, meetings, deals, and more, giving me a lot less time here. The result will be immense for 2016, with a lot of futures at stake, environmental rehabilitation … Continue reading

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the wild Western Australia …

The best and most stunning that Western Australia has to offer, in pictures: I just added 10 new photos to the album: Photo competition. Check out a few more here below:Brolgas above and the Berkeley River below. Black Necked (Jabiru) … Continue reading

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Broome boating …

A favorite pasttime for Broome locals and visitors, is out on the water. From liners to dinghys and even hovercrafts, mostly calm seas on 3 sides of the Broome Peninsula, allow for a pleasant experience. Much of Broome’s economy revolves … Continue reading

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Beachside fruits of the sea …

A word from my sponsor, my new plant identification site, and an other of our group’s  own photographs. A wonderful tree with an important edible fruit in the middle of our tropical Winter. The ‘Mamajen’, Mimusops elengi, grows behind dunes … Continue reading

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cane toads march on … bird numbers recover

Cane toads have begun their ‘death-march’ across the Kimberley over the past four or five  years. Some predators, like freshwater crocodiles and monitor lizards are being almost wiped out, and others like quolls are being trained to avoid the toads … Continue reading

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superfood, super-medicine …

Vitamin C, now shown to have more useful medicinal properties: Vitamin C could target some common cancers Decades ago, Nobel Prize–winning chemist Linus Pauling was relegated to the fringes of medicine after championing the idea that vitamin C could combat … Continue reading

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frakking on, but not with the left …

  Hello Frack Free Kimberley community! Another year has passed and we are happy to report that there has NOT been any fracking by Buru’s at the headwaters of the Roebuck Plains, although unfortunately they did frack at the Valhalla … Continue reading

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a seedy time …

Checking through some seeds this week. There is such a wide range of seeds, pods, the way they sit in the capsules, the way they naturally disperse, and process ready for germination:

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