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Welcome to Outreach Ecology

…skills for wondering with…



Web Projects

Have a story to tell? We craft effective, concise, snappy, elegant,  attractive, and informative websites.







Storytelling through cartography, images, graphic design, documentation through photography, immersion through pictures






We put words together. With over 50 articles, maps, reports, and posters published in several countries, we’re well equipped to help you develop and share your own story.




Citizen Science

Citizen Science

Collaborative techniques for documentation and science






Documentation, ecology, education, and photography in the treetops




Ecology & Interpretation

Ecology & Interpretation

Studying the natural world: wild forest treetops, Asian megacities, subterranean caverns



We’ve worked in …

Outreach Ecology has international experience producing publishable, inspiring, top-notch output. We’re online on the web and always seeking to make new contacts.


  • Rural Lands 68%%
  • Urban Spaces 89%%
  • The Microscopic World 91%%
  • Mountain Ranges 93%%
  • Limestone Caves 94%%
  • The Forest Treetops 97%%

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We’ve worked with…

Outreach Ecology has worked with business, government, and non-governmental organisations to produce inspiring projects. Join us –  help build a network!

portfolio items online



We’ve published material in several countries on topics ranging from the largest trees in the world to historical mapmaking to granite boulders to electricity. You can download any of our portfolio items.

  • Indias Superlative Banyan Trees

    A writeup of research on what may be considered the largest trees in the world, with an emphasis on citizen science

  • Old growth Islands in an Ocean of Regrowth (Canopy arthropod refugia in a temperate coastal rainforest landscape)

    A presentation about fieldwork in the evergreen coastal rainforests of the northwestern USA, given at the International Canopy Conference, Bangalore, India

  • The Language of the Landscape

    A geological literacy article for Asian Geographic Magazine

  • A Beginner’s Guide to Rainbows

    A field guide to the colourful arcs and shapes in the sky

  • High Achiever-Tree Climber Branches Out

    A very nice profile of previous work and biography.

  • Earths Fire Asian Stratovolcanoes

    A geographical primer on Asian stratovolcanoes

  • Immersive Photodocumentation

    A Tasmanian Geographic report using photospheres for outreach and conservation in a heritage convict site in historical downtown Hobart

  • Trail Map Walking With Trees

    A citizen science walk that will guide you to QR coded significant trees throughout the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens in Hobart

  • World Heritage_Our Shared Legacy

    Introducing some Asian entries on the UNESCO World Heritage list, which conserves some of the world's most magical and important sites

  • Field Guide_Meet the Veggies

    An educational e-book introducing some of the vegetables which feed humanity, from Apple to Zucchini

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You can download projects, reports, media, articles, and research from Outreach Ecology.

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