Articles by Erica Suosaari (8 articles)

BRUVS in Hamelin Pool - Part I: What are BRUVS?

Renowned for its natural beauty and scientific significance, the Shark Bay World Heritage Area is home to the Wooramel Bank, which is the largest seagrass bank (4,800 km2) in the world. It also has one of the largest and most stable populations of Dugongs, and the largest and most diverse assemblage of modern Stromatolites in Hamelin Pool. Read more »

Mentoring an international student

For the month of April, Bush Heritage hosted foreign exchange student Weronka Konwent at Hamelin Station. Weronika is a student at Claremont McKenna University in Claremont, California. She's visiting Australia with the Study Abroad World Learning Australia program of the School for International Training (SIT) and has been based in Cairns to do their Rainforest Reef and Cultural Ecology module. Read more »

Monitor in a can

After just spending a week in Geraldton working on our conservation action planning, we came across this heart-breaking scene just after passing Eurardy Reserve, on the way home to Hamelin Station.  We think the picture speaks for itself. Litter belongs in the bin! Read more »