My name is Geke and I am a 27-year-old girl who is passionate about the natural world and wants to share my love and knowledge of the environment with others. As a child, I always loved spending time outdoors and exploring nature. Whether it was hiking through the forest, observing wildlife, or just taking a leisurely walk, I always felt at peace and connected to the natural world. This love for nature has only grown stronger over the years, and I now have a deep appreciation for the complexity and beauty of the natural world.
I have always been interested in learning about the environment and the animals that inhabit it. This led me to study tropical ecology, where I have had the opportunity to learn about the amazing diversity of species that are found in tropical environments, as well as the complex relationships that exist between these species and their environment. With a deep understanding of tropical ecology and its crucial role in maintaining biodiversity, I am determined to make a difference. My dream is to continue my studies and become a researcher, specializing in the study of tropical ecosystems in either Africa or Australia.
In addition, I am a creative individual who loves to express myself through writing and photography, and often find inspiration from the natural world. I believe that creativity and the natural world are interconnected and that a deep connection to nature can help to foster creativity and bring joy to our lives.
I have created this blog as a way to share my love and knowledge of nature with others. I offer study units that explore different aspects of the natural world, including the ecology of tropical environments, the behaviour of animals, and the importance of conservation. Each unit is designed to be engaging and interactive and provides a wealth of information and activities to help deepen your understanding and appreciation of nature. Follow me on my nature education blog as I take you on a journey through the world of tropical ecology, and my adventures in the great outdoors. Join me in my quest to raise awareness about the importance of conserving our planet’s ecosystems and the creatures that call them home.
If you have any questions or would like to share your own experiences, please feel free to contact me. I look forward to hearing from you and sharing my love of nature with you.