General Fauna Observations

All Fauna Species

Submit your bird, mammal, reptile and frog records here. All records will be entered into the N.T. Fauna Atlas. Fauna Atlas records can be accessed via NR Maps and the Atlas of Living Australia. Personal datasets of fauna observation can also be submitted to the Fauna Atlas by emailing you data to Biodiversity@nt.gov.au.

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Marine Wildwatch

In the Northern Territory (NT) we are lucky to have healthy coastal and marine environments where a range of dolphin species, marine turtles, dugong and whales are known to live - we refer to all of them as marine megafauna. The Marine WildWatch website has been developed to get everyone's help in reporting marine megafauna sightings and strandings information.

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Whales & Dolphins

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Turtles

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Dugongs

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Flora Information

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Vegetation Site Database

RESTRICTED ACCESS. This website is for entering and extracting systematically collected vegetation and land information for the Northern Territory. For access to this website, email Biodiversity@nt.gov.au

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Holtze

RESTRICTED ACCESS. NT Herbarium database which is used to manage information for plants in the NT including taxonomy, biology, ethnobotanical and the herbarium plant specimen collection.

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FloraNT

FloraNT is the primary online resource for information on the Northern Territory's flora. Images and distributions maps, species checklists, flora descriptions, conservation and weed status, ecological attributes, and ethno-botanical information are all available. The Northern Territory has a distinctive flora of more than 4,300 species of native plants, including some 702 endemic species. FloraNT provides access to the Northern Territory Herbarium specimen data which includes over 270,000 vascular plant species and 620,000 observation records which can be viewed on distribution maps from a variety of flora and vegetation surveys.

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