Posted on Wed 18th Apr 2012
Over Easter I participated in Bush Heritage Australia's Easter field survey on Boolcoomatta Reserve in South Australia, 100km north-west of Brocken Hill. I'll post more photos soon, but for now, this is a shot looking across the reserve toward the Olary Hills to the Noth West.
The reserve is in great condition at the moment with a flush of growth after ample rains in 2010 and 2011, and of course because of Bush Heritage's good management.
Posted on Mon 24th Jan 2011
The Mud Islands are a complex of low islands in the mid west of Port Phillip Bay. The crew of the SV Pelican (Pelican Expeditions) in collaboration with Parks Victoria are running a series of volunteer enviornmental monitoring days around Port Phillip. I was lucky enough to go along.
Posted on Thu 6th Jan 2011
The Border Ranges is a lush mountain range on the border between New South Wales and Queensland. I had intended to spend a few days walking there, but stayed just one night due to the rain, which I was heartily sick of at that stage. The area got flooded out in the next few days, so I'm lucky I left when I did. The light was drab for photography, but this photo gives you a feel for the landscape and the sub-tropical rainforest that cloaks it.