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Malcolm Fisher
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This War Memorial Park Is Under Siege.
  Manly
Warringah War Memorial Park is a living monument of national heritage listed bushland –a tribute to Australians who served in World War 2. The fragile mantle of rare biodiversity surrounds a body of water known as Manly Dam (originally serving as th...

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Beautiful Sydney has such an ugly secret.
   In scenic Sydney we’re lucky to have quite a few patches of “urban
bushland”  dotted  around the traps that have been mercifully
spared from the bulldozers. Unblemished  Sydney bushland  The sad truth though, is that most of these remnants are
being smot...

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Beautiful Sydney has such an ugly secret.
   In scenic Sydney we’re lucky to have quite a few patches of “urban
bushland”  dotted  around the traps that have been mercifully
spared from the bulldozers. Unblemished  Sydney bushland  The sad truth though, is that most of these remnants are
being smot...

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Art for Nature's Sake
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always seems to me that artists, photographers and musicians appear to have a
special connection to the natural world. Maybe, because of their creative empathy, they have a heightened
sensitivity to the world's, beauty, wonder and awe.   Whenever a fun...

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Letter to Tony
Dear
Hon Anthony John Abbott, Member For Warringah, 28th Prime Minister of Australia  May I call you Tony?  I used to think that we were rather alike.  Both of us born in the U.K at a similar time, both
of us with the rather unimaginative “John” as a middle...

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A "vision splendid" for Manly Creek
 Manly
Creek is a small waterway on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. It was traversed  and explored by Captain Arthur Phillip in 1788
but was obviously significant to the indigenous community for many thousands of
years prior. At
one end of Manly Creek you’ll fin...

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There's a Mermaid hiding in our creek!
 E ach successive modern generation is growing up in world that has less biodiversity and beauty than the one before. As a consequence the sense of loss at what is disappearing becomes diminished. Nowadays polluted creeks and lack of biodiversity
have becom...

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Re-Wilding A Sydney Backyard
 When I first came to the Australia from the UK, I had
a fondness for the environment but knew virtually nothing about Australian
nature.  Years later, when I moved from
inner city living into a suburban house with a backyard, something special
happened. Fa...
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