Spiders · Urban Ecology · Biodiversity

Monthly archives for June, 2017

Native Verge Makeover

Native Verge Makeover

I’m so excited that native verges are gaining popularity in Perth. It’s such a perfect example of how unused spaces within urban areas can be used to increase biodiversity of the local area, and they look fantastic! My local council (the City of Stirling) recently had a plant giveaway for any residents wanting to convert […]

Visit to West Beechboro PS STEM club

Visit to West Beechboro PS STEM club

After my recent curation of the @realscientists twitter account, I was contacted by Rachael Lehr  who runs a Girls STEM club at West Beechboro Primary School. She asked me if I would be interested in coming along to their after school club to talk to the girls about being a scientist. These kind of initiatives encompass so […]

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