A group of people of all ages, interested in the natural world. Many of the group are experts in particular fields: geology, fauna, and flora. All are keen both to learn and to share their particular knowledge with others.
The peak community sector environment organisation in the Northern Territory, Australia. The Environment Centre NT has been working to protect the environment since 1983.
Landcare is a national network of thousands of locally-based community groups who care for the natural resources of our country.
A group of people who share a common interest in conserving, learning about and growing native plants in the Top End of the Northern Territory, Australia.
Wildcare Inc NT is a non-profit wildlife care and rescue organisation in Darwin, Northern Territory Australia, which provides a support network for carers of sick, injured and orphaned wildlife.
The Casuarina Coastal Reserve Landcare Group manage a reveg. plot in the dunes just past the end of Daribah Road and another one on the edge of the forest near the boardwalk track from Rocklands Drive to the carpark at the end of Daribah Road.
The group engages with local schools, off road sporting bodies, local developers and Crown Land Office to provide input to make new subdivision design and construction more in balance with the natural environment.
Friends of Fogg Dam began from a community meeting in October 2006 and the group became an incorporated body in 2007. Our vision is to put Fogg Dam on the map and in the hearts and minds of people.
An Identification Aid to Top End Flora Using Flower Colour Galleries
BirdLife Australia has an encyclopaedic knowledge of native birds that forms one of the world’s largest databases of its kind.
This illustrated key identifies all 41 of Australia’s mangroves using a series of paired statements that compare diagnostic characters.
The OzAnimals Australian wildlife site presents photos and information covering a wide range of animals from Australia including mammals, birds, reptiles, frogs, fish and spiders.
The app was put together by the Territory’s leading scientists, images and sounds from the MAGNT collection as well as from external photographers and volunteers. It was developed in collaboration with Museum Victoria and the app now exists for every state and territory.
This guide is designed to allow people to familiarise themselves with some of the more common and distinctive plants of Casuarina Coastal Reserve.
A photographic guide to snakes of Darwin.
The Northern Territory Herbarium provides a plant identification service as well as information and advice on NT flora. These services are free to the public and organisations where the use is for non-commercial purposes.
Mosquito pest period calendar.
Mangrove biting midges calendar.
Use CyberTracker on a Smartphone for any type of GPS field data collection.
PaDIL – High quality images and Information tools designed for Biosecurity and Biodiversity.
Biosecurity is a critical part of the government's efforts to prevent, respond to and recover from pests and diseases that threaten the economy and environment. The department works to ensure continued market access for our products and to maintain our high standards for emergency response.
The Northern Territory Government is working with industry and community groups to prevent the introduction of aquatic pests into Northern Territory waters.
This is a restricted group.
ANN is a network of Field Naturalists Clubs and other natural history groups from around Australia.