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  Garbage Guts  

Garbage Guts

Aria the Albatross has a problem: She and her seabird friends are barfing up our discarded garbage. Determined to find out why, she sets out on a long-distance flight across the Pacific Ocean. On her journey, she meets other wildlife troubled by trash. Sea Turtle is choking on a plastic bag, Monk Seal is trapped in a strapping band, and Humpback Whale is tangled in ghost fishing nets.

Aria masters both wind and waves, seeking the causes of marine debris and witnessing its tragic effects.

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To get a copy of Garbage Guts just click on the image to the left and then you can purchase the book through the store.

 
  The Shorebirds of Boat Harbour  

Sullie Saves the Seas

When Goffinet McLaren`s new super-hero, Sullie, sees that plastic pollution is destroying his precious Turtle Beach, he calls his friends to action.

Sullie, Speedy the sandpiper, Plonkie the pelican, Eddo the eagle, and Allo the albatross, form a Secret Society. Working together, the cast of characters create a fun-filled, exciting adventure that takes aim at specific thoughtless humans who are causing environmental damage to the beach and to Sullie`s ocean pals. Chapter by chapter, Sullie`s clever schemes deliver a delightful tale dedicated to all the seagulls, sandpipers, pelicans, eagles, albatrosses, whales, dolphins and seals that have prematurely lost their lives due to plastic pollution.

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To get a copy of Sullie Saves the Seas just click on the image to the left and then you can purchase the book through the store.

 
  The Shorebirds of Boat Harbour  

The Shorebirds of Boat Harbour

Boat Harbour, adjacent to Botany Bay, on Sydney’s southern beaches has long been known as an important location for migratory shorebirds in the locality. In my first book, I present the shorebirds which frequent this location and introduce the reader to many fascinating aspects of their lives. Lavishly illustrated and written as much for beginners as the old hands, this book is full of useful identification tips and sure to be desired by every nature lover.

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To get your free copy of the Shorebirds of Boat Harbour just click on the image to the left and then on the FREE DOWNLOAD link.

 
  Australian Firetail Finches poster  

The Australian Firetail Finches poster

The Firetail Finches are a small assemblage of Australian finches which are greatly sought after by nature lovers and birding enthusiasts. This poster brings the three species together along with distribution maps and notes about their habits, habitats, breeding and status.

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To get your free copy of the Australian Firetail Finches poster just click on the image to the left and then on the A2 poster FREE download link.

 
  The Pale Blue Dot  

A visual response by Order of Hackney, London to Carl Sagan's famed 'Pale Blue Dot' monologue, where he muses on our planet's appearance in a photograph taken by the Voyager 1 space probe. The most distant photograph ever taken of Earth.

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To go to the Scale of the Universe website just click on the image to the left and enjoy.

 
 
  Catlin Seaview Survey Link  

The Catlin Seaview Survey™ engages people with the life and science of our oceans. Choose a location, dip underwater, look around and go off on a virtual dive.

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To go to Catlin Seaview Survey's website just click on the image to the left and enjoy.

 
         
  Google Earth Link  

Google Earth™ lets you fly anywhere to view satellite imagery, maps, terrain, 3D buildings, galaxies in outer space, and the depths of the ocean.

It comes in two versions Google Earth – Desktop and Earth View in Maps.

Always check with your parents before installing any software.

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To go to the Google Earth website just click on the image to the left.

 
         
  Scale of the Universe Link  

Scale of the Universe allows you to zoom from the smallest scale in the known Universe to the largest.

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To go to the Scale of the Universe website just click on the image to the left and enjoy.

 



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