Tag Archives: flora and fauna

the next Big adventure …

No postings from now until Monday night, while I take a 2000+km trek to the junctions of the Tanami Desert, the Gibson Desert and the Great Sandy Desert. An expedition to study the ecology of flora and fauna where there … Continue reading

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mega-surprise … 500 following

I once thought how good it was to actually have 50 blog followers. Now they are telling me there are 500. Wow, thanks to all those stupid brave enough to follow a ‘plantsman’ in Broome Australia, with an agenda. 500 … Continue reading

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impacts of regeneration …

West Australian Pastoral leases are all up for renewal in about 2015. One of the renewal criteria involves the rehabilitation of wetlands, including fencing off to limit stock damage. This works well and regeneration activities can be kept to a … Continue reading

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Great Sandy Desert flora …

…At the southernmost part of the Kimberley, lies the beautiful desert dune country with a seriously wonderful array of flora and fauna.

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searching for the truth …

Looks as though 38% of search terms used that came here yesterday, funnily, had 2 common words, ‘brothel’ and ‘Albanese’, a lot were new readers, so I welcome them, have a look around. This is not your usual Political or … Continue reading

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preventing destruction of science and the environment … at James Price Point

This is why my vote at the state election is for the Greens. They are the only party that rejects the destruction of dinosaur footprints and rare flora and fauna habitat at or near James Price Point. Chris Maher (Greens … Continue reading

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stopping Margaret River coal … but not James Price Point LNG

And the difference is? There are far more environmental reasons to stop the Woodside proposal at JPP, than M River. Oh, now I see, who in the EPA have holiday homes near Margaret River? Maybe some ministers do too. Another … Continue reading

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Australia’s last true wilderness…

The striking and rugged Kimberley is Western Australia’s most northern region and covers an area twice the size of Victoria or 424,517 square kilometres. Its geographical and ecological diversity provides WA with natural resources, unique flora and fauna, terrain and … Continue reading

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Westralian reptiles…

One of the pleasures of my ‘work’, self-employed as an environmental horticulturalist, is getting to meet flora and fauna of all kinds on field trips and at home. Here are images of a stowaway from the Pilbara that arrived on … Continue reading

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Pilbara’s new species found…then threatened

Read Routine Pilbara survey stumbles upon several new species| Egernia cygnitos — one of the new species identified in the survey. Image: G Gaikhorst THERE are still many uncategorised flora and fauna species to be discovered according to a West Australian Herpetologist. … Continue reading

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