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Nature Notes

Title Created Date
Fireworks – hot and cool light 01 January 2011
Liquefaction in Christchurch 19 March 2011
A milestone - Higgs boson and Higgs field 10 July 2012
Ancient Marine Reptiles in Queensland 20 September 2011
Ant society – workers, queens and pretenders 08 August 2009
Auroras 24 January 2012
Aussie Dinosaurs 21 August 2012
Australasian Gannets - Plunge Divers 18 October 2011
Blue-tongued Lizard 07 January 2010
Body Language 07 August 2012
Brush-tailed Phascogale 29 May 2012
Carbohydrates 06 September 2011
Changes 26 June 2012
Channel-billed Cuckoo 10 February 2011
Chilled Out Lizards 14 August 2011
Christmas Weather 13 December 2011
Clear and White 18 December 2012
Clouds 21 February 2012
Cockroaches – not all bad 25 February 2010
Colour changers 11 June 2009
Common Koel 19 September 2009
Corals 26 November 2009
Depth Perception 29 January 2010
DNA – nuclear and mitochondrial 17 April 2012
Dormancy 21 February 2009
Dorse’s Turtle- a new species of freshwater turtle 07 February 2009
Dust Storms 02 October 2009
Earthquakes, Australia and New Zealand 24 September 2010
European Brown Hare 03 August 2010
Falling and Flying 06 March 2009
Fire Ants 23 April 2010
Fireflies 11 October 2011
Fog and Mist 15 November 2011
Furry and Venomous 12 February 2010
Glaciers 27 March 2010
Gondwana 01 August 2011
High Fliers 27 February 2010
Highs and Lows 09 April 2013
Individuality 13 November 2012
Its in our DNA 03 September 2009
Jabiru – Black-necked Stork 01 May 2012
Land Snails 24 July 2012
Leeches 01 May 2011
Little Native Visitors 01 July 2010
Locusts 08 October 2010
Looking for Glossies 15 May 2011
Lost relatives – Extinct Humans 20 March 2012
Loyalty and Friendship 23 April 2013
Lyrebirds 21 May 2010
Manta Rays – gentle and majestic giants 12 March 2013
Marine Mammals - A life below the waves 02 October 2012
Mistaken identity - Cane Toads and Brown Frogs 24 April 2011
More than Slithering - Snake Locomotion 26 March 2013
Mould – unwelcome but necessary 26 February 2013
Mountain Ducks 23 October 2010
Mountain Giants 11 November 2010
Myrtle Rust 19 March 2011
North and South 11 December 2012
Ocean waves and Tsunami – a comparison 01 April 2011
Parasites 02 April 2009
Pollination 17 October 2009
Quicksand 15 May 2012
Recent Astronomical happenings 12 June 2012
Red Cedar 23 August 2011
Richmond Birdwing Butterfly 14 November 2009
Sea stars 18 March 2011
Shark Reproduction 29 August 2010
Shooting stars 21 May 2009
Slightly Different Frogs 16 April 2009
Spring Flowers 10 September 2010
Spring Flowers 18 September 2012
Stygofauna – animals in aquifers 12 April 2012
Swooping Season 09 September 2012
Tamborine Mountain Bird Diversity 03 June 2010
The Australian Pelican (Pelecanus conspicillatus) 25 June 2009
The double life of Dragonflies 08 April 2010
The End of the World Postponed – Part 1 15 January 2013
The End of the World Postponed – Part 2 05 February 2013
The Human Ecosystem 01 November 2011
The largest marsupial – Diprotodon optatum 13 May 2009
The Magic of Fungus 06 March 2012
The Moon 25 July 2009
The Night Hunter 07 February 2012
The Southern Cross 10 July 2010
The Southern Oscillation - El Nino and La Nina 28 January 2011
The Surf – movement and energy 16 October 2012
The Surfzone 11 December 2009
The Truth about Mould 11 July 2009
The winter nomad – Reindeer / Caribou 18 March 2011
Thunderstorms 29 November 2011
Ticks 31 October 2009
Turning down the heat 30 October 2012
Turtles 07 February 2009
Underwater Vision 26 October 2010
Viruses 30 April 2009
Volcanoes 08 May 2010
Waterspouts 19 June 2010
Whining and irritating females 27 November 2012
White Christmas 26 November 2009
Wildlife corridors 21 August 2009
Real time web analytics, Heat map tracking

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Why does attentiveness to nature matter? In a very fundamental sense, we are what we pay attention to. Paying heed to beauty, grace, and everyday miracles promotes a sense of possibility and coherence that runs deeper and truer than the often illusory commercial, social "realities" advanced by mainstream contemporary culture. ... Our attention is precious, and what we choose to focus it on has enormous consequences. What we choose to look at, and to listen to--these choices change the world. As Thich Nhat Hanh has pointed out, we become the bad television programs that we watch. A society that expends its energies tracking the latest doings of the celebrity couple is fundamentally distinct from one that watches for the first arriving spring migrant birds, or takes a weekend to check out insects in a mountain stream, or looks inside flowers to admire the marvelous ingenuities involved in pollination. The former tends to drag culture down to its lowest commonalities; the latter can lift us up in a sense of unity with all life. The Way of Natural History, edited by Thomas Lowe Fleischner and published by Trinity University Press (Texas)