Learn to dive into nature and discover more about the flora and fauna around you by keeping artistic and informative notes.

How to keep a nature journal

How to keep a nature journal: Learn to dive into nature and discover more about the flora and fauna around you by keeping artistic and informative notes.

Learn to dive into nature and discover more about the flora and fauna around you by keeping artistic and informative notes.

How to keep a nature journal

How to keep a nature journal: Learn to dive into nature and discover more about the flora and fauna around you by keeping artistic and informative notes.

A nature journal can take whatever form you want, but ultimately it will connect you to the wild right outside your door.

How to keep a nature journal

Learn to dive into nature and discover more about the flora and fauna around you by keeping artistic and informative notes.

Home comforts: Claire Dunn works on a coil basket at the shelter she built herself. She said that finding out the structure was waterproof was one of her best experiences during her year in the wild

'I killed and skinned a wallaby and used its fur to carry fire sticks': Incredible story of how one woman abandoned city life to live wild in the Australian bush for 12 months

'I killed and skinned a wallaby and used its fur to carry fire sticks': Incredible story of how one woman abandoned city life to live wild in the Australian bush for 12 months

'I killed and skinned a wallaby and used its fur to carry fire sticks': Incredible story of how one woman abandoned city life to live wild in the Australian bush for 12 months

Claire Dunn chose to live in the bush for an entire 12 months in a self-made shelter. Her regular diet was roadkill of kangaroos, possum and bats.

Dunn (with another wilderness participant left) learned fast that her companions were after different experiences in the wild: Two became a couple while one man spent his time going into a nearby town

'I killed and skinned a wallaby and used its fur to carry fire sticks': Incredible story of how one woman abandoned city life to live wild in the Australian bush for 12 months

Claire Dunn chose to live in the bush for an entire 12 months in a self-made shelter. Her regular diet was roadkill of kangaroos, possum and bats.

Dunn thoroughly enjoyed her own company for most of the year in the wild

'I killed and skinned a wallaby and used its fur to carry fire sticks': Incredible story of how one woman abandoned city life to live wild in the Australian bush for 12 months

Dunn thoroughly enjoyed her own company for most of the year in the wild

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