Author: Remember The Wild (Remember The Wild )

National Eucalypt Day 2018
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National Eucalypt Day 2018

Remember The Wild was contracted by Eucalypt Australia to run a social media and communications campaign around National Eucalypt Day 2018, with the aim of promoting the fantastic activities happening around the country to the public and relevant media, and to engage and grow Eucalypt Australia’s following on social media. Overall, we saw a huge...

The road to nature: connecting VicRoads staff with the environment
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The road to nature: connecting VicRoads staff with the environment

VicRoads has asked us to help them raise the profile of nature within their organisation. We’ve started designing and deploying guided experiences with the aim of better connecting road engineers, project managers, surveillance officers, and ground crews with the natural environment. In doing so, we hope to increase the environmental values of VicRoads employees and...

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Perimetre walk

It’s just before a quarter to seven in the morning; the temperature is over 25 degrees and the sky is streaked with pink, purple and orange clouds. It should be autumn, but it’s still summer.  Waking to a temperature that exceeds the normal average maximum for the time of year is not the best way to...

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Livingstone Island Nature Walk

Located in Nelson in south-west Victoria, this serene walk leads to a boardwalk through saltmarshes and a bird hide. It offers nice views of Lake Oxbow and allows bush walkers to spot kangaroos, a variety of birds and wildflowers. The south-western part of Victoria has a lot to offer bushwalkers and outdoor enthusiasts, including the...

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On Death Road

You’ve felt it, haven’t you? The days are getting warmer, there is still some light left in the sky when you get home of an evening, and you’re either really excited about the upcoming footy finals series or shifting hope to your team’s prospects next year. Yep, spring is definitely just around the corner. Already...

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Smiths Gully

This is a guest article by Michael Smith. As the warmer weather of November rolls around, it becomes an ideal time for a gentle walk in the countryside. The extreme heat of December has not yet arrived and you can enjoy wearing some light clothing. I say, what a fantastic time to visit Northern Melbourne...

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Finding a home for the Brush-tailed Phascogale

The small grey marsupial pushed her pointed snout under a loose piece of bark, halfway up an ancient gum tree. She could smell food – a large huntsman spider, which she hastily caught and crunched between her sharp teeth. She was a Brush-tailed Phascogale or Tuan, the dark stripe down her face barely visible in...