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Free Downloadables and Other Resources
Who Lives in The Everglades?
This coloring book was commissioned by The Everglades Foundation and features 20 of my illustrations of animals in their habitat types.
It is a free download in the Kindergarten section of their Teacher Toolkit!
Get To Know Florida's Pine Rocklands Critters
This coloring book by the Miami Pine Rocklands Coalition was made to educate children and adults about the unique pine rockland habitat in Miami.
It features 7 of my illustrations of the endangered and endemic species that call it home.
Cute Pine Rockland Endangered Species
Coloring Page or Zine
This was originally the December 2018 issue of Pine Rockland Zine, now a free coloring page download! It's a cute version of my illustrations for the Miami Pine Rocklands Coalition coloring book. Download as a single page
Download as a foldable zine (folding instructions)
Create Your Own Wildlife Sanctuary
with Native Plants
This guide by Bound by Beauty was created to inspire you to transform your garden into a beautiful sanctuary for the important native flora and fauna of South Florida. It features 3 commissioned native plant garden illustrations approximating what certain plant pairing might look like.
Field Guide to Wild Plants that Host Butterflies
This guide by Bound by Beauty was created to inspire you to transform your garden into a beautiful sanctuary for the important native flora and fauna of South Florida. It features 17 of my commissioned plant portrait illustrations on a one-page printout, useful for field plant identification.
Environmental History of the Florida Pine Rocklands
Website by Florida International University and University of Southern California
This ArcGIS StoryMap is a comprehensive description and history of the South Florida pine rocklands, a globally imperiled habitat found nowhere else in the world. Several of my paintings are included in here. It's a great resource for those looking to learn about this amazing habitat.
Dreaming of The Everglades
Created by the South Florida Natural Resources Center at Everglades National Park. Produced by Into Nature Films
The video explains what the hope and expectation is for the creation of the EAA reservoirs and Everglades restoration in general (more birds/wildlife, healthier estuaries and coasts) and features 3 commissioned maps
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