HM Waugh is an author, environmental scientist and educator with experience presenting to school (K-12) and community groups on topics ranging from conservation to dinosaurs. Her middle grade novel 'The Lost Stone of SkyCity' is out now with Fremantle Press, and she has science non-fiction published in CSIRO's 'Double Helix' magazine and Kings Park's 'For People & Plants' magazine.
HM Waugh is an environmental scientist, writer and educator with a long-term love of wild places and high mountains. This has led to icy feet and sunburnt cheeks in magical countries like New Zealand, Nepal, Bolivia and Switzerland. She has studied dolphins in New Zealand and rare plants in the Wheatbelt, and worked in mining and construction projects across Western Australia. When she’s not writing, she’s teaching school and community groups about science and the environment. This often involves working with children and animals concurrently, and Waugh loves being able to truthfully say she handles dragons for a job.
Developed and presented an information package on attracting wildlife to your garden to a group of volunteer guides. Will present a similar package to the Australasian Botanic Guides Conference 2019 in September.
Has worked for over a year presenting educational packages to school groups K-12 including special needs and overnight camps.
Has worked as a relief teacher in high schools, focusing on Science and HASS
The Lost Stone of SkyCity
Publisher: Fremantle Press
Publ. date: 2019
Genre: Fantasy (middle readers)
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