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SOS - Save our Species is both a collection of artwork and an illustrated book. The artwork is available as prints on Red Bubble via Backyards for Diversity.












Backyard Biodiversity at the SOS Exhibition

In a verdant oasis nestled within the tranquil embrace of the Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve, an event of both intellectual and ecological significance is set to unfold on the 26th of July, 2022. The Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve, renowned for its lush and ethereal beauty, serves as the perfect backdrop for the upcoming Jim Cox Wildlife Art Exhibition, where attendees will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the natural world through art and discourse.


As the world awakens to the urgent need for biodiversity preservation, the custodians of this sacred reserve are committed to fostering a profound connection between man and nature. And it is under this green canopy of ambition that the unassuming yet steadfast figure of Ken Cross, the resident secretary, takes centre stage.


With the meticulous precision of a seasoned wordsmith, Cross will eloquently introduce his audience to the concept of Backyards for Biodiversity, a philosophy that posits that even the smallest patch of greenery in one's own backyard can be the catalyst for profound change in the global struggle to protect the planet's rich tapestry of life. In his discourse, he will deftly describe the transformative potential of these domestic edens, where native flora and fauna find refuge, and symbiosis flourishes.


transforming ordinary backyards into flourishing sanctuaries for our fragile ecosystems

So, on that fateful Tuesday in July, within the embrace of Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve, Ken Cross will be advocating for a brighter, more biodiverse future—one backyard at a time. His talk promises to be an ode to the possibilities that lie just beyond our back doors, reminding us that the power to safeguard our planet's splendors is within reach, should we only choose to extend our hand.

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