Here's some great Melbourne school holiday learning action hosted by Friends of Merri Creek. Get to know your local frogs and maybe build a frog habitat in your community: https://www.facebook.com/events/1258163494299132/?ti=as
It's on again The Autumn Pollinator Count. Citizen scientists get outside and explore your backyard pollinators and share your observations!! if you watch some of our solitary native bees like this blue-banded bee, you might find out where they live... Source: What pollinators will you see this autumn?
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Allow your garden to get a little untidy. For when it becomes a bit wild, wildlife comes and calls it home.
Thanks for your support in starting up my new business Pozible pledgers. Naturelovers is connecting Melbourne kids to nature with great garden advice and makeovers, children's nature parties, educational workshops and more!
Did you know that seemingly immovable objects do move and change in nature, you just have to sit still long enough to notice! I discovered geranium seeds change shape by accident when I harvested some from my spent flower heads in my front garden and put them in my pocket to add to my seed… Continue reading Amazing time lapse of geranium seeds moving!
Yesterday I was very blessed to be part of the international Nature Pedagogy professional learning conference in Lilydale, organised by Niki Buchan (Natural Learning Early Childhood Consultant). The theme of the conference was Tracks into Nature: sharing nature-based practice nationally and internationally. Like most conferences the most important things I got out of the conference… Continue reading Tracks into nature – sharing the practice