Mothers of children all around the world care deeply for their childrens’ future. Mothers protect and teach their children. In this uncertain world, protecting and teaching our young requires, amongst other things, continuity of educational basics within a safe teaching environment. Environmental concerns and fears do not always seem immediate to our lives, if we … Read moreI will protect you and teach you….
A short slide show, based on the central eastern coast of Australia – Mt Warning Caldera Region. Environmental Advocacy Pictures, photography and collages in this slide show examine:- * local extinction * habitat loss * discernment of habitat loss consequences from people with lots of money and power doing inappropriate things * koalas * wallabies … Read moreAustralian habitat loss – an ongoing heritage from moneybags
Weed Management in Australia is a high energy industry. It is based on mowing, slashing, burning, mulching, spraying, grazing. Whilst prevention is the obvious first step in weed management, Australia’s horticultural and agricultural industries have offered little help. These industries are responsible for many plant species being used, sold, distributed and promoted prior to them … Read moreWeeds, Biodiversity and Australia’s Land and Water Stewardship Practices
It is mid spring, and after a little rain, the animals are all on the move in Upper Burringbar, NE NSW, Australia. Here is a collage of photos – some of the animals that share my home environment with me. Some are to be very respected, like the eastern brown snake (bottom RHS) and the … Read moreSome Friends in my Garden
Phantom Koala and the Planner have a dream together……. Koala Planning Dreaming at Wisdom in the Land blog Phantom Koala and the Planner have a dream together at Balance of Faeries blog The above image and environmental advocacy poem is about how, if we listen to and learn from nature, if we trust in authentic … Read morePlanning the Dream – The Way
In a previous Bluecray article, I discussed Rufous Bettong, his threatened species status . His disappearance occurred after the bank of a head gully leading to the Burringbar Creek was sprayed with Glyphosate, thus laying the ground open and susceptible to traffic and predation by dogs, foxes and people. In the Bluecray “Journey for Wisdom … Read moreWhy Goanna left the Glyphosate Bank
The Rufous Bettong of NE NSW, Australia is considered vulnerable under NSW Threatened Species Legislation. The Rufous Bettong is a threatened species in the Northern Rivers and across areas of NSW. I share some mutual habitat with a Rufous Bettong that lives nearby, in Upper Burringbar, NE NSW. The Burringbar area is part of … Read moreRufous Bettong and the Glyphosate Bank
More stories about Benoit, the young Crow, here. Read about Baba and his first big flight with the Sea Eagle, follow the children of the Crows as they grow, and learn about their world. Their father is a courageous bird and the mother very watchful. Baba is the eldest, and the most relaxed. Benoit is … Read moreBenoit and Macaranga