The season of Bunuru
Bunuru is the second summer when the heat arrives, typically from February to March.
March Nature Walk Challenge
From 3-13 March I set a goal of walking 50 km in nature to support the Wilderness Society with protecting endangered Australian animals and the places they call home.
My first glimpse of a numbat was a grey blur in my peripheral vision. It was the bushy tail of a female scampering away up the path of the Arboretum in Dryandra.
Camping at Dryandra Woodland NP
If you want to spot elusive numbats and other unique species in beautiful bushwalking terrain then this is the place to go.
The season of Birak
Birak is known as the first summer (with Bunuru being the second) and typically occurs from December to January.
The Noongar seasons
Join me as I observe my local environment and learn about the Noongar seasonal calendar. In this series, I'm seeking out the signs during each season and recording my personal observations and experiences in my nature journal.
Red-and-Green Kangaroo Paw (WA)
Towards the end of August, the kangaroo paws start flowering and it's a delight to spot them so close to home. This is probably the easiest emblem for me to find and nature journal!
How to include research in your nature journal
If you've ever asked nature journaling questions, you may have been curious enough to follow up with some of them. Maybe this led you down "a rabbit hole of discovery", or research!
Plein Air Down Under
I joined the 3-day plein air painting festival and put my art skills to the test!
WA Museum | Nature journaling outing
I visited the WA Museum Boola Bardip to nature journal the unique biodiversity of Western Australia.