Between 2007 and 2014, Nadia wrote a column called TMNHA Nature Notes for Tamborine Mountain News. These articles covered a wide range of topics in the area of science, wildlife and the natural environment.

The following are a selection from over one hundred and fifty Nature Notes articles:

Flying Foxes – Anger versus Management
Deception and Distraction
The Scent of Spring
Orca - The Black-and-White Dolphin
Corals

Highs and Lows
Mould - unwelcome but necessary
Clear and White
Individuality
Spring Flowers

Body Language
Changes
Quicksand
Stygofauna - Animals in Aquifers
Clouds

Christmas Weather
The Human Ecosystem
Ancient Marine Reptiles in Queensland
Gondwana
The Active Sun

Looking for Glossies
Ocean waves and Tsunami - a comparison
Myrtle Rust
The Winter Nomad - Reindeer / Caribou
Underwater Vision

Earthquakes, Australia and New Zealand
European Brown Hare
Little Native Visitors
Tamborine Mountain Bird Diversity
The Double Life of Dragonflies

Cockroaches - not all bad
Blue-tongued Lizard
Corals
Pollination
Its in our DNA

Moon Facts
Colour Changers
Viruses
Falling and Flying
More than Slithering - Snake Locomotion

Baby Birds
Breathe Deep
Swimming
Gecko - climbing across glass ceilings
Autumn Leaves

Olfaction - the sense of smell
Cicadas
Carbon
Stinging trees
The giant earthworm
Glitter
Smart and Colourful Cephalopods
Eyes – Seeing and Being Seen
Beaches – Moving Coastlines
Navigating to Nectar

More than Slithering - Snake Locomotion
The End of the World Postponed - Part 2
North and South
The Surf - movement and energy
Swooping Season

Land Snails
Recent Astronomical happenings
Jabiru - Black-necked Stork
Lost Relatives - Extinct Humans
The Night Hunter

Thunderstorms
Australasian Gannets - Plunge Divers
Carbohydrates
Chilled Out Lizards
Plasma

Leeches
Channel-billed Cuckoo
Southern Oscillation - El Nino and La Nina
Sea Stars
Mountain Ducks

Spring Flowers
Shark Reproduction
Waterspouts
Volcanoes
Glaciers

Furry and Venomous
The Surfzone
Richmond Birdwing Butterfly
Dust Storms
Wildlife corridors

The Truth about Mould
Shooting Stars
Slightly Different Frogs
Dormancy
Blue Bottles

Tropical Cyclones
Owls - Beauty & Mystery
Rain and Hail
Keratin
An incredible journey - The long-finned eel

Oceans in motion
Bioluminescence
Bandicoots
Gliders
The short-beaked echidna
Night and Day - Insect Serenades
Biters, Stingers and Sprayers
Flying in Formation
A Tale of Two Ibis
Loyalty and Friendship

Manta Rays - gentle and majestic giants
The End of the World Postponed - Part 1
Whining and irritating females
Marine Mammals - A life below the waves
Aussie Dinosaurs

A milestone - Higgs bosun and Higgs field
Brush-tailed Phascogale
DNA - Nuclear and Mitochondrial
The Magic of Fungus
Auroras

Fog and Mist
Fireflies
Red Cedar
Dead Straight Humpbacks
Flyers and Gliders

Mistaken identity - Cane Toads & Brown Frogs
Liquefaction in Christchurch
Fireworks - hot and cool light
Mountain Giants
Locusts

Biodiversity and Elephants in Asia
The Southern Cross
A Garden Full of Birds
Fire Ants
High Fliers

Depth Perception
White Christmas
Ticks
Common Koel
Ant Society - workers, queens and pretenders

The Australian Pelican
The Largest Marsupial
Parasites
Dorse's Turtle
Poles Apart

Birdsong
Scenic Rim
Aussie Rodents
Yellow-tailed Black-Cockatoo
Thunder and lightning

Length of days
Wedge-tailed eagle
The Australian magpie
Sky colours