Barbara York Main OAM – A Tribute

Barbara York Main OAM, UWA Adjunct Professor, School of Animal Biology was co-Patron for the WA Naturalists’ Club from 1999, first with her husband Bert Main and later with Prof. Lyn Beazley. She was a fellow Club naturalist with her husband—and also with Harry Butler, Dom Serventy, Rica Erickson, John ...

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FRIENDS OF AUSTRALIAN ROCK ART (FARA)

Irreplaceable petroglyphs of Murujuga/the Burrup: a step closer to World Heritage protection Murujuga / the Burrup Peninsula near Karratha in Western Australia’s Pilbara, contains the world’s oldest and largest rock art precinct, with an estimated one million ancient petroglyphs (rock carvings) across the Dampier Archipelago. There are many different styles ...

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Get Wild about Rewilding

Perth NRM and Birdlife Australia have joined forces to develop a new website to get Perth residents to begin rewilding their gardens to encourage the return of native flora, fauna (particularly birds!) and important pollinators throughout the urban and peri-urban environment. The ReWild Perth website will allow users to register ...

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Mistletoes of Southern Australia¦BOOK REVIEW

SECOND EDITION Paperback | October 2019 | $ 59.99ISBN: 9781486310937 | 224 pages | 245 x 170 mmPublisher: CSIRO PublishingColour photographs, Colour plates, Maps ePDF | October 2019ISBN: 9781486310944Publisher: CSIRO PublishingAvailable from eRetailers This book contains all the information you ever wanted to know about Southern Australian mistletoes. It is well ...

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BOOK REVIEW¦A Hollow is a Home

Paperback | October 2019 | $ 29.99ISBN: 9781486308057 | 104 pages | 250 x 215 mmPublisher: CSIRO PublishingColour illustrations, Colour photographs ePDF | October 2019ISBN: 9781486308064Publisher: CSIRO PublishingAvailable from eRetailers A Hollow is a Home is a bright and engaging book that teaches children about many aspects of nature and ecology, ...

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