…William Dampier, ‘buccaneer’ and ships’ captain, wandered these shores centuries ago, click to enlarge: 44 more words
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The new plant Nursery is almost reticulated, seeds are being collected, but the smoke and fire is not helping and keeping us away…
… lots of seed picking to do over the next three months, subject to fire of course. 18 more words
Fiercely burning fires are devastating large tracts of bush surrounding Broome. The Dampier Peninsula (20000 km2), is now almost 70% burnt, and with strong Easterlies today, now has several fronts marching towards the coast. 68 more words
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The Kimberley and adjacent regions have many remote inaccessible areas, which means that much of the flora and fauna is unclassified. Geoff Vivian reports: Remote Kimberley teeming with unclassified life. 492 more words
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The ‘Elite Green’ conundrum rears it’s ugly head.
[...]A new report, released today, shows that the staffs of mainstream green groups have been overrepresented with white men despite the groups’ intentions to be more colorful.
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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