From Southern Arizona to South Australia

In July I’ll be traveling in South Australia and the Northern Territory to learn how communities in Australia are responding to climate change. I work on climate change adaptation for natural resources in southern Arizona and northern Mexico for Sky Island Alliance, a bi-national conservation organization that conserves water, biological diversity, and the ecosystems that … More From Southern Arizona to South Australia

Guest Post: Healing the Land, One Property at a Time

GUEST POST BY RANDY SERRAGLIO Amidst the flurry of scenic field trips and interesting meetings during our last week in Australia, a scheduling conflict prevented Louise from accompanying my brother Andrew and I on a visit to a restoration project in the Mount Lofty Ranges, so I’m going to chip in on Louise’s blog with … More Guest Post: Healing the Land, One Property at a Time

Dooing Humpty

We had a great time hanging on the block at Humpty Doo, birding from the patio, examining spiders, listening to curlews wail after dark, strolling around the property and generally adhering to the principle of steady steady. We took an evening walk to the Billabong hoping to spot some wildlife having one last drink for … More Dooing Humpty

Fogg Dam and a Foggy Vision of the Future

Fogg Dam Conservation Park has an international reputation among biologists and bird watchers. It is located in the Adelaide River Floodplain Important Bird Area. Limilngan-Wulna people jointly manage the Reserve with the Parks & Wildlife Department of the Northern Territory Government. Given current climate changes in the Northern territory, and the Australian Goverment’s renewed vigor … More Fogg Dam and a Foggy Vision of the Future