FieldData / Biological Data Recording SystemAcronym: BDRS
- ACT BioBlitz
Occurrences from the ACT BioBlitz BDRS Portal
- Bathing Birds - National Parks Association NSW and Birdlife Australia
- CSIRO Yellow Box Fragmentation Project
The Yellow Box Fragmentation Project is a CSIRO research project to determine the genetic variability of Yellow Box (Eucalyptus melliodora A.Cunn. ex Schauer) across its range, and to analyse how fragmentation is affecting population and species resilience.
- Condamine Alliance
Field observations from the Condamine Alliance
- Flora and Fauna of Wamboin and Bywong
- Great Eastern Ranges - Kosciuszko to Coast
Observations from the K2C Partnership
- Great Eastern Ranges - Slopes to Summit
The Slopes to Summit (S2S) Biodiversity Project is a pilot project of the Atlas of Living Australia (ALA). Established in 2012, the project aims to encourage citizen science in the local community, where people can find out more about local wildlife and get involved in sharing species records.
- Great Eastern Ranges - Southern Highlands
Mangroves and tidal saltmarshes are amongst the most endangered marine wetland habitats worldwide.
- NSW Bird Atlassers - Field Data
The NSW Bird Atlassers (NSWBA) was established in 1982 as an independent, volunteer-based, non-profit group with the joint aims of monitoring the distribution of birds in New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory, preserving habitats, providing a proper basis for environmental impact studies and for other ornithological reference purposes.
- NSW Waterwatch
NSW Waterwatch is a school and community based water quality monitoring program, which promotes environmental awareness and action through involvement. Primary schools, high schools, community groups, landholders and other community volunteers can participate in the Waterwatch program. The data they collect is used as an indicator of total catchment health.
- Redland City Council Citizen Science Portal
- Scenic Rim Regional Council - Land for Wildlife Program
- Scotland Island
- Tidbinbilla Nature Recording System
- Tweed Council Koala Count
- Upper Murrumbidgee Waterwatch
The Waterwatch program is a partnership between the ACT government and a large number of amazing volunteer community groups and individuals who set aside a small amount of time each month to collect a range of water quality data at over 320 sites established throughout the region.
Metadata last updated on 2017-09-21 01:06:34.0