Peter Ludlow, historian and author, has probably done more to keep the post-settlement history of Moreton Bay alive than anyone else. A 25 minute podcast doesn't do justice to the wealth of information Peter has about Moreton Bay, so before you read anything else, please visit Peter's blog. He's recently posted about a couple of… Continue reading New podcast: Peter Ludlow
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Where do I even start? With jealousy, probably! Here's the episode: Cam's pictures and videos (and his own words in the podcast) are worth more than anything I can say here, so I'd rather simply note these are all from Moreton Bay, and throw in a few things I think are worth noting along the… Continue reading Podcast Episode: Cam Cotterell
Jenn is a rare and wonderful person - she has the critical skills of a scientist, and the communication skills to inspire people and encourage collaboration. This makes her a perfect leader in citizen science, because she knows how to work between worlds. She understands the priorities of both science and people who simply love… Continue reading Podcast Episode: Jenn Loder
Academic and author Daryl McPhee kindly answered a bunch of my questions in the latest episode of the podcast! Daryl's has a wide range of interests and spends a LOT of contact time with Moreton Bay, so his book, Environmental History and Ecology of Moreton Bay is a goldmine for the rest of us! Here's… Continue reading Podcast Episode: Dr Daryl McPhee
I followed Dr Sue Pillans on Twitter long before we had the chance to speak in person. I'm a huge sucker for marine art, and hers drew me in instantly She's also got the biggest repertoire of ocean puns of anyone I've ever known, which I DEEPly appreciate! Writing in the mangroves - a good… Continue reading Podcast episode: Sue Pillans
Chris Walker has a lot of followers on social media, for a pretty great reason - simply, his images are wonderful. He takes photos of the wildlife of the Redlands, and his accounts could be said to hold a single message "are we prepared to lose this?"
Sheridan works as the station assistant at Moreton Bay Research Station, looking after school groups - she gets to watch the eyes of young people light up as they see the Bay and learn about what's under the water! In this episode, we talked about her work at the station, but also about Sheridan's own… Continue reading Podcast episode: Sheridan Rabbitt
It's fitting that the first official episode of Moreton Bay Online should feature a conversation with the newly-formed Moreton Bay Foundation. The MBF is a newly formed non-profit, and it's non-partisan - the only "stake" they have in how the Bay is managed and used, is that it stays healthy, beautiful, welcoming and productive for… Continue reading Podcast episode: The Moreton Bay Foundation