Mother’s Day is approaching and this is a tribute to mothers everywhere or in this case wildlife mothers with their young. Happy Mothers Day! → Read more
Quite often I see birds sitting in my back yard with their heads tilted to one side with their feathers fanned out and their beaks slightly open. They appear to be dazed and gazing into space. What on earth are they doing? I had to do some research after spotting a pair of magpie larks (peewees) doing this recently. → Read more
The Big Egg Hunt in the United Kingdom came about as a way to fundraise and engage the public together in a new, exciting, fun and interactive way during the Easter period. Action for Children have teamed up with Lindt, master chocolatiers (my favourite chocolate) for the 2013 Lindt Big Egg Hunt in the quest to raise money for vulnerable and neglected children in the UK. → Read more
Oz Wildlife Studio is running a giveaway and three lucky creatives are in with the chance of winning these incredibly cute Easter chick and bunny bookmark cards and tags which have just been added to the shop and proving to be popular already. → Read more
Introducing Nyingarn and Babbin, the world’s first puggles (baby echidnas) born in captivity thanks to the groundbreaking work of Perth Zoo’s Short-beaked Echidna breeding program. → Read more
Are you a nature lover or wildlife artist? Are you constantly looking for new ideas and resources without having to worry about copyright issues?
This DVD contains 465 high resolution photographs which you can freely use in both your personal and commercial artwork, designs, scrapbooks, blogs etc → Read more