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An independent not-for-profit that buys & manages land, and partners with Aboriginal people, protecting our irreplaceable landscapes and native species forever.
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Please still our beating hearts 💗💗 This Mulla Mulla (Ptilotus nobilis) on our Edgbaston Reserve in QLD is so heavenly, we just might be in love! Photo by Hollie Gooden.
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Bush Heritage Aug 16
Trapdoor spider alert! It's always a good idea to keep an eye out for surprise and spectacular critters on our Hamelin Station Reserve in Western Australia. This little one was found making its way towards the toilet door 🕷🕸
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Bush Heritage Aug 15
It's possibly the most remote location in Australia to hold a science gathering, but that didn't stop over 80 attendees making their way to WA for our 2019 Hamelin Science Fair during !
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Bush Heritage Aug 15
Replying to @theprojecttv @edgiles
Great story Ed!
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Jessica Strutt Aug 14
It’s Science Week so today on Focus at 10am we’re going to learn all about citizen science &how you can play a role in checking on the health of the natural environment around you. If you love nature, especially birds & frogs, this show is for you
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Niall Byrne Aug 15
This is why we need more Tanya Ha's says Jon Faine on today's Conversation Hour on , discussing why we need more public discussion of science. With and Peter McMullin from for
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Helen P. Waudby Aug 14
Floodout zones of Eyre Creek (near Simpson Desert NP) still carpeted with
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Monique Winterhoff Aug 15
I may be a day late, but happy . Here is an endangered that’s been measured and weighed as part of vital conservation research by Dr. Zac Atkins. I am so proud to work on a team looking after the breeding program at
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Elizabeth Sinclair Aug 14
Saying farewell to Gutharraguda Country after an extraordinary two weeks of Wirriya Jalyanu research and with Sean McNeair and the Aboriginal rangers in training
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Greg Bourke Aug 14
Small red flowers are common in Western Australia. The pollinators, often small nectar feeding birds. The only Australian bird pollinated Utricularia lives here too. Middle row, third from the left is U. menziesii.
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Ann Jones Aug 15
What a cool little plant!
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Eucalypt Australia Aug 15
shot of Snow Gums in the... snow by longshotimages on Instagram.
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Kanyirninpa Jukurrpa Aug 14
Our (word) this week is "ngarrurta-ngarrurta". This word comes from “ngarru” – meaning energetic, busy + industrious. Before a big trip to a new place – or an important footy game 🏈😁– one might be wirla ngarrurta-ngarrurta (full of nerves)!
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Richard McLellan 🏞 Aug 15
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Bush Heritage Aug 15
In the canopy of trees there's a thing called the understory: the underlying layer of vegetation and plantlife on a forest floor or wooded area. This stunning understory surrounds a York Gum (Eucalyptus loxophleba) on our Eurardy Reserve in WA 🌿🌳 📷 Leanne Hales
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Matthew Gill Aug 11
Inland dottrels are well camouflaged at the best of times, add a layer of veg on the gibber and they’re near invisible. My heart skipped a beat when reversing and came within a whisker of this chick.
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Richard McLellan 🏞 Aug 14
Pink Everlasting (Schoenia cassiniana) at Hamelin Station Reserve, Gathuugudu (Shark Bay)
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David Hamilton Aug 14
Daily dose of quoll
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RangelandNRMAlliance Aug 13
The Australian Rangeland Conference is 3 weeks away. Come along, bring friends & enjoy being rangeland nerdy for a few days
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Dr Eric Nordberg 🦎🌳 Aug 13
Happy ! You can’t beat Australia’s iconic Frill-necked lizard... so freakin cool! Always a treat to see 🦎
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