Life Down Under: Kondalilla Falls

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Kondalilla Falls National Park Only 100 km north of Brisbane is a subtropical rainforest filled with eucalyptus trees and waterfalls. Kondalilla Falls rainforest is our first Australian rainforest hike. I’m eager to see how southern, subtropical rainforests compare to the … Read More

Life Down Under: Great Barrier Reef

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Life Down Under: Great Barrier Reef Above: The reef at low tide, with Lady Musgrave Island in the distance: top of coral adapted to withstand air and sun for several hours each day. The Great Barrier Reef (GBR), one of … Read More

Humans Value What They Know

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Humans Value What They Know If children do not explore nature, they do not know nature. They will not fight to protect what they do not know. It is imperative that parents take their children to the wild spaces near … Read More

Snow Tracks

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-Mix Hart A winter forest walk is like visiting a stunning, pristine foreign country with shy, yet welcoming inhabitants. Cedar trees relax their branches and snow thumps to the ground in greeting. Lynx, moose, rabbit, coyotes and deer walk the … Read More

In Search of Incomappleux

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In Search of Incomappleaux In Search of Incomappleux, Mix Hart This the second instalment in a series documenting my quest to find a hidden interior, temperate rainforest with ancient trees–over 1000 years old! The valley I search for is called “Incomappleaux.” … Read More

Off To Explore a Mystical Forest with 1200 Year Old Trees, In a Valley You’ve Never Heard Of

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Off To Explore a Mystical Forest with 1200 Year Old Trees, In a Valley You’ve Never Heard Of A quick note to say I’m off this morning in search of a mystical valley with my youngest daughters and Peter. We … Read More

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