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back to the bush ... station life

Station country in both Kimberley and Pilbara areas that I visit on field trips are covered in this interesting blog with guest posters from cattle station women. 102 more words

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unclassified, and extremely remote, species ...

The Kimberley and adjacent regions have many remote inaccessible areas, which means that much of the flora and fauna is unclassified. Geoff Vivian reports: Remote Kimberley teeming with unclassified life. 492 more words

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the tomato business from the bush ...

Bush tomatos are a strong commercial possibility for cultivation, something we will be looking at in the near future …

http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/bushtelegraph/bush-tomato/5652550

[...] The plant in question is the bush tomato, also known as the bush raisin, a very close relative of the more familiar tomato.

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the fruitful desert ...

The Great Sandy Desert gardens are a very fruitful place. Fruits, nuts, seeds and grains have had exceptional growth this year following a solid wet season and some north west cloud bands taking tropical moisture through to Australia’s populated Southeast. 72 more words

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the Great Sandy Gardens ...

After a tiring 1400km round trip, a few pics to whet the appetite. A wonderful and diverse region of flora and fauna, I have decided to change the name from Desert to Gardens, if the mapmakers want to change it to something that better describes the area. 68 more words

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happy fish are warmer fish ...

I am about to leave on a field trip to where there are no fish … The Great Sandy Desert beckons, I will be back on Sunday night all going well.In the meantime, some reading at Jonova, where… 169 more words

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