Does the Xhosa tradition of ukuthwasa serve as a metaphor for humanity's own COVID-19 calling? ...On April 22, 2020 / By Matthew Zylstra
Backyard birds: boring or best friends for bird language beginners? ...On November 19, 2015 / By Matthew Zylstra
Announcing the iBook release of an evocative journey into nature connectedness. ...On April 22, 2015 / By Matthew Zylstra
The Baviaanskloof Nature Awareness Group has released a brochure outlining its vision and ambitions. ...On April 20, 2015 / By Matthew Zylstra
Does the weather influence when and why humpback whales breach? ...On December 16, 2014 / By Matthew Zylstra
The uncanny appearance of a Nile monitor raises an awkward question about whether animals can be 'called up' ? ...On November 12, 2014 / By eyes4earth
The Baviaanskloof Nature Awareness Group reunited for an important and timely coming together ...On October 26, 2014 / By eyes4earth
A sensory animal tracking exercise becomes an unexpected spiritual experience... ...On September 3, 2014 / By eyes4earth
The ability to focus attention on nature is vital for sustainability and human health and well-being, writes Matthew Zylstra ...On August 29, 2014 / By Matthew Zylstra
Matthew Zylstra had a short article on nature connection and photo published in Stellenbosch University's New Voices in Science ...On August 29, 2014 / By eyes4earth
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