Can you identify a Eucalyptus you see here? Leave a comment with your next best guess!

Bournda Gum

November 20, 2017

This tree bark reminded me of a mouth. Now if anyone can name all the unidentified gum trees on this site I will let them marry my only daughter.

Many Great Trees

November 05, 2017

Bournda National Park is not just some random park I pulled into. It is very near Cliff and Sayaka's place (our patrons for this project). Over the last few years I have gone on many walks there with them learning about the various plants and birds. As far as Gums go it was a good source of photos of different bark types including, I believe, tessellated as in the picture here. 

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Acknowledgement of Country

We would like to acknowledge and pay respect to the past and present traditional, first nation Elders and peoples of Australia. They are the true custodians of this

country and we celebrate and cherish their ancient and continuing creative and spiritual engagement with this land.

We are grateful to those indigenous people of various nations on mainland Australia and the Torres Strait Islands who have warmly and kindly shared their traditional insights with us. We are mindful of the custodianship of the traditional owners of the past and present of the different lands we travel through for this work. We are conscious of what a special thing it is to be helped into a deeper understanding of the Australian landscape.

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