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ideology gone wrong …

If the anti-frackers persist with their agenda of keeping people in poverty, the pressure on truth-telling will be ramped up, beginning right now with truths you don’t hear about. What the Green blob don’t want you to know, is this, … 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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blowing away cash for Paris …

After building a fantasmical, mausoleum-like premises at a cost of millions, the Kimberley Land Council are jumping onto the Paris-itic agenda. Climate Change is their latest boondoggle so off they go to Paris, another massive waste of Indigenous funds. They … 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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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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patterns …

The tidal patterns of the Cambridge gulf region of the North Kimberley show intricate drainage systems of the tidal creeks and mangroves. Five major rivers enter the Gulf, including the Ord River, where Lake Argyle is still Australia’s largest dam. … Continue reading

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East Kimberley revisited …

Each year I manage a trip or two to the other side of the Kimberley. Distances here are enormous, and a trip to the WA/NT border are is over 2 thousand km return.  Many of our revegetation activities have been … Continue reading

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here’s looking at you …

There’s always something watching me on field trips, barking owls, donkeys and more.

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Kimberley wild horse show …

Just been revisiting some old images while looking for plant photos for the new plant identification site, and came across some wild horses. These are from Lake Gregory.

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Berkeley River Lodge resort rewarded …

Congratulations to the Kimberley Accommodation crew for this big achievement: Justin Wiebrecht feeling awesome Congratulations to our awesome team at The Berkeley River Lodge for taking out the Best Regional Accommodation Award at the WA AHA awards last night at … Continue reading

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