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Brolga haven …

Brolgas in front of paperbark trees in a conservation park just north of Broome … Brolgas are Australia’s largest crane, click to enlarge.

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conservation park, Broome …

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Conservation of the Kimberley … enrichment of the Savannah

This post of mine was sent to the ‘local rag’ which is not internet-able, who wanted it reduced to a third, which would have lost it’s meaning. I prefer to publish it here, along with links and images instead. Conservation … Continue reading

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green chemical factories …

I have been studying some books on chemicals in Australian Plants recently, a 4 volume set which I will review when I have read them all a couple of times. A lot there to learn, with our Kimberley species featuring … Continue reading

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mellow yellow …

Click to enlarge … found along the coast north of Broome.

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Jacquemontia pannosa …

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random Kimberley colours …

…click to enlarge The last has the largest of the pea flowers, useful in curries and stir-fries!

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pindan red …

…Pindan soils are noted for their red colour. Hence the red coloured termite mounds are their cities of ‘pindan posts’.

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Gossypium rotundifolium …

…This is a Groundcover Gossypium, related to cotton found in local bush and parkland environments.

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snubfin dolphins from Broome…

Rare dolphins living in Roebuck Bay, Broome, have been the subject of more research lately, Kandy Curran writes: Roebuck Bay, a special place for snubfin dolphins ONE of the great scientific surprises in recent times is… An extraordinary image of … Continue reading

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