Our website is getting a facelift. We apologize for any inconvenience caused and thank you for your patience.
We are excited to announce our newest collaboration. A Naturalist's Guide to the Lizards of Australia. Another in the series by John Beaufoy Publishing in conjunction with Australian Geographic.
This book follows the same format as the others in the series, with 280 species accounts.
We tried to cover categories such as commonly seen, kept and newly described.
A Naturalist's Guide to the Lizards of Australia is due for release in 2021.
Nature For You is a family operated business. We are a husband and wife team with a passion for animals and wildlife. Our two sons also have a passion for animals and wildlife and are quite willing to travel with us to share that same passion. We are based in Logan, south of Brisbane but operate Queensland wide.
This site is to provide an insight into what we have done, what we are currently up to and services we can offer you here at Nature 4 You.
As wildlife demonstrators and consultants we are utilized in many areas of the environmental industry, including some of which are rarely seen by the masses. This includes fauna surveys, reptile training, V.O.C, educational displays, media consultation, reviewing of environmental management plans, reptile safety and fauna management protocols for business, relocations, wildlife photography and much much more.
Hopefully we can impart some knowledge along the way as well as sharing some images. If you have requests don't hesitate to let us know!
The more people that know about us and our message the better so please have a read.
This is Scott with one of our Perenties, Spot. Our business logo is a Perentie (not Spot, Freckle our youngest Perentie. Freckle is a bit easier to "get into position" for a photo. If Spot doesn't want to do something it is easier to not!!!) Perenties are Australia's largest goanna, they can reach up to 8ft in length.
We are happy to say that our first book together is out and doing well. This book is part of the “Naturalist’s Guide To” series and it covers 236 species and sub-species. The species accounts cover a description, distribution, habitat preferences, scalation and where known, basic biology.
Please note all copies will go out signed by the authors (just signatures), please leave a note whilst ordering if you would like your copy unsigned or personalized further than the signature.