Projects

  • /dev/home

    A record of things found on our 5acre property at Kilcoy, QLD.

    • Amphibians
    • Birds
    • Fishes
    • Fungi & Lichens
    • Invertebrates
    • Mammals
    • Others
    • Plants
    • Reptiles
    8 members
    9 sightings
  • 4th Creek Morialta

    The 4th Creek Project in Morialta Conservation Park spans the creek line between the Morialta Recreation Park and Morialta Conservation Park. The Friends of Black Hill and Morialta have been working here since 1996

    • Amphibians
    • Birds
    • Fungi & Lichens
    • Invertebrates
    • Mammals
    • Others
    • Plants
    • Reptiles
    1 members
    2 sightings
  • 7A Woodleigh Biodiversity Investigation

    • No sightings yet!

    The Year 7 cohort of Woodleigh School will be investigating the biodiversity of the school grounds.

    • Amphibians
    • Birds
    • Invertebrates
    • Mammals
    • Plants
    • Reptiles
    16 members
    0 sightings
  • 7B Woodleigh Biodiversity Investigation

    • No sightings yet!

    The Year 7 cohort of Woodleigh School will be investigating the biodiversity of the school grounds.

    • Amphibians
    • Birds
    • Invertebrates
    • Plants
    • Reptiles
    • Mammals
    30 members
    0 sightings
  • 7C Woodleigh Biodiversity Investigation

    • No sightings yet!

    The Year 7 cohort of Woodleigh School will be investigating the biodiversity of the school grounds.

    • Amphibians
    • Birds
    • Invertebrates
    • Mammals
    • Plants
    • Reptiles
    14 members
    0 sightings
  • 7D Woodleigh Biodiversity Investigation

    • No sightings yet!

    The Year 7 cohort of Woodleigh School will be investigating the biodiversity of the school grounds.

    • Amphibians
    • Birds
    • Invertebrates
    • Mammals
    • Plants
    • Reptiles
    5 members
    0 sightings
  • A - Noosa Biosphere

    The project is aimed at capturing the unique flora and fauna of the Cooloola Recreation Park in an attempt to highlight the diversity of this area and preserve it for all present and future users. Based in the Cooloola Recreation Park in the Greater Sandy National Park, this area lies on the border of Noosa Biosphere and Cooloola Biosphere. Surrounded by Lake Coortharab the region is home to native flora and fauna that supports the predominant Wet Eucalypt Forests. The area supports the residential community of Boreen Point and Cootharaba.

    • Birds
    • Amphibians
    • Fishes
    • Fungi & Lichens
    • Invertebrates
    • Mammals
    • Plants
    • Reptiles
    19 members
    80 sightings
  • A snapshot of my 3 Acres of Qld hinterland, So many creatures to identify...

    We have purchased a 3 acre property in 2008 that had been completely cleared and then neglected and overgrown with weeds. Slowly we have discovered what lies underneath. Now to know what to encourage, nurture and keep and what to get rid of. And more importantly, what they are.

    • Birds
    • Fungi & Lichens
    • Invertebrates
    • Amphibians
    • Fishes
    • Mammals
    • Plants
    • Others
    • Reptiles
    2 members
    174 sightings
  • A Year on The Common

    This page is for plants and animals found on The Common, Skipton Victoria

    • Amphibians
    • Birds
    • Fungi & Lichens
    • Invertebrates
    • Plants
    • Reptiles
    4 members
    2 sightings
  • Abbotsleigh Biodiversity

    This project documents the biodiversity of the Abbotsleigh campus in Wahroonga, NSW.

    • Amphibians
    • Birds
    • Invertebrates
    • Mammals
    • Fungi & Lichens
    • Plants
    • Reptiles
    3 members
    14 sightings
  • ACT, Australian Capital Territory

    The Australian Capital Territory with its forests and farmland earned Canberra the nickname of "The Bush Capital". The ACT boasts a stunning natural habitat that deserves to be celebrated.

    • Birds
    • Fungi & Lichens
    • Invertebrates
    • Mammals
    6 members
    807 sightings
  • Adams Creek Nature Conservation Reserve

    Fauna and Flora of Adams Creek Nature Conservation Reserve

    • Amphibians
    • Birds
    • Fishes
    • Fungi & Lichens
    • Invertebrates
    • Mammals
    • Plants
    • Reptiles
    5 members
    206 sightings
  • Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges

    Species found in the Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges bioregion

    • Amphibians
    7 members
    3 sightings
  • Adeliade's Urban Biodiversity

    • No sightings yet!

    Snaps of Adelaide's Biodiversity!

    • Birds
    • Fishes
    • Fungi & Lichens
    • Invertebrates
    • Plants
    • Reptiles
    • Amphibians
    • Mammals
    2 members
    0 sightings
  • African Carder Bee monitoring project

    The African Carder bee (Afranthidium repetitum) was first observed in Australia in 2000 (in Queensland), and was first seen in Sydney in 2008. Our recent bee diversity surveys have found that it is one of the most common bees in community gardens across Sydney. The little data we have suggests that the bee has undergone a massive range expansion and population explosion in only 8 years. At present, there is virtually no data available about the bees current distribution, its behaviour or its ecology. As a first step, we are trying to find out how widespread this little bee actually is and we need your help! If you have a picture of an african carder bee (or a suspected african carder bee) please upload it. For information on how to ID carder bees, please see: http://www.tanyalatty.com/african-carder-bee-search

    • Invertebrates
    41 members
    47 sightings