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Butterflies and Bushland:

Butterflies and Bushland is a 124 page illustrated guide to the butterflies of Ash Island first printed in 2011.

Copies of the illustrated guide can be purchased for $25 at the Kooragang Wetlands Office in the Schoolmaster’s House, on Ash Island.

RH_005Orchids of the Hunter Region:

Over 150 orchid species were found while collecting orchid specimens from the Hunter Region for the herbarium at the Botanic Gardens Trust, Sydney. Elisabeth Burton has been a life-long naturalist; a botanist, bushwalker, photographer and bush regenerator.

Copies of the book can be purchased for $30 at the Kooragang Wetlands Office in the Schoolmaster’s House, Ash Island.
Feel free to contact us if you have any questions about the guide.

Over 150 orchid species were found while collecting orchid specimens from the Hunter Region for the herbarium at the Botanic Gardens Trust, Sydney. Elisabeth Burton has been a life-long naturalist; a botanist, bushwalker, photographer and bush regenerator.
Over the last ten years her interest in botany has been focused on Australian native orchids.

People’s Choice Award:

On 1st May 2015, the KWRP’s resident artist, Bob Seal, received the People’s Choice Award for his woodcut “Spring Planting Day” in the Impressions of Nature competition organised by Jackson’s Art Supplies.

On 1st May 2015, the KWRP’s resident artist, Bob Seal, received the People’s Choice Award for his woodcut “Spring Planting Day” in the Impressions of Nature competition organised by Jackson’s Art Supplies.
The woodcut was worked on using a scalpel and miniature chisel U gouges and V tools.
It was hand burnished using a wooden spoon on Wenzhou paper and is 35 x 23.5 inches (900mm x 600mm).
Spring Planting Day was also hand printed on fabric to be used as a banner for the KWRP.

The prize was for art materials that will be used to continue making prints like Spring Planting Day.

See more of Bob’s work here on Tumblr

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