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The Society for Kimberley Indigenous Plants and Animals is a group of dedicated and enthusiastic naturalists who propagate Kimberley plant species, undertake field trips to collect specimens, conduct flora and fauna surveys, and undertake weed control work. Through work such as community tree plantings, we educate and inform not only our members but the community as well. SKIPA members work to increase each other’s knowledge of the nature of the Kimberley and to share this knowledge with the wider community.

This site is predominantly a multi-contributor blog with posts from our wonderful SKIPA members. Read the blog and navigate our website to learn more about native plants and animals of the Kimberley.

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Weeding in the Wet

Part of the work that SKIPA members do is weeding, as weeds are an increasing problem around Broome and in the Kimberley generally. If we can get everybody involved, then weeding would be a lot easier – the more the merrier! Weeding this Month (March 2016)  Note: for further info. on weeds scroll down the columnContinue reading “Weeding in the Wet”

Weeding in paradise

SKIPA recently partnered with the Bardi Jawi Oorany Rangers, Kooljaman Wilderness Camp at Cape Leveque and Environs Kimberley to weed within the Monsoon Vine Thicket at the scenic and popular tourist destination on the Dampier Peninsula.  Thank you Julia Rau for photo documenting the trip.  You can find Jules’s photos here: Weeding in Paradise

SKIPA on facebook

We now have a facebook page.  We hope that if you too are on facebook, that you will ‘like’ us to stay up-to-date on the latest happenings and activities.  We’d like to use this space to share photos, chat and interact with more people about Kimberley Plants and Animals.  You can find the page here:Continue reading “SKIPA on facebook”

Where has the year gone?

We’re halfway through 2014 and it’s high time we reflected on what we’ve been up to. This year SKIPA  received a Caring for Our Country Community Environment Grant to work on the federally endangered Monsoon Vine Thickets of the Dampier Peninsula.  We will be working with our volunteers and Dampier Peninsula Ranger groups to restore, protectContinue reading “Where has the year gone?”

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