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Sacred waters

Shrouded in mists, well above the treeline, and surrounded by the eerie silhouettes of “frailejones” (giant tree-like daisies in the genus Espletia), Iguaque Lake ( 5°41’14.94″N  73°26’11.92″W ) offers a special experience for visitors that brave the steep 1000 m … Continue reading

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Cape York Biodiversity and Indigenous Knowledge October 2012

Morelia viridis, a photo by complicado on Flickr. This year I have had been fortunate to have once again the opportunity to work with KULLA land trust, this time on a series of expeditions with the aim of scoping potential … Continue reading

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