Antarctic Climate Expedition

I am thrilled ( to the point of shaking with joy!) to be invited to participate in this amazing expedition in February 2023. Visiting Antarctica has been a life-long dream for me, and is the only continent I haven’t yet travelled on. This exciting adventure brings together my love of wildernesses, being a citizen scientist,Continue reading “Antarctic Climate Expedition”


Great Southern BioBlitz

Over the weekend I participated as a citizen scientist in the Great Southern BioBlitz. All the images in this post were taken on my property in the last two days. Amazing how much diversity there is! And spring has certainly sprung with an abundance of colour and new life. In total, I contributed 175 observationsContinue reading “Great Southern BioBlitz”

Wombats Wombats Wombats!

Or should that have an extra ‘wombat’ in the title? Four hand-raised orphaned wombat boys are the first to experience the pre-release enclosures at Docsden. These gorgeous boys had a rough start in life but are now ready to learn to be wild wombats and go out into the big wide world. Wombats are comparativelyContinue reading “Wombats Wombats Wombats!”


The Australian Museum’s Eureka Prizes are the country’s most comprehensive national science awards, honouring excellence across the areas of research & innovation, leadership, science engagement, and school science. Presented annually in partnership with some of the nation’s leading scientific institutions, government organisations, universities and corporations, the Eureka Prizes raise the profile of science and scienceContinue reading “Eureka!”