atlas of life

in the Coastal Wilderness & Hinterlands of the South-East Corner, Australia

A long term project you can join to record all the changing biodiversity of our special region

Sharing the joys of lifelong learning and promoting stewardship of nature

The Atlas of Life encourages understanding of our unique environment by exploring it with naturalists and scientists

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help build THE ATLAS OF LIFE records

add your sightings now

Have you seen something of interest in our region? It might be a bird that you've not noticed before. Or a native plant in flower. Perhaps you found a weird creature during a walk along the beach. Maybe a new 'bug' has appeared in your garden. record your nature sighting on the Atlas of life naturemapr database.

Step 1:
take a photo and use the online species guides to look for a match.

Step 2: 
upload your sighting information and photo. It's that easy! 

Or simply visit NatureMapr to see what other people in the Atlas region have been seeing and reporting

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news & EVENTS

 

TARGET of the month for May 2018

Ghost & Swift Moths

Help record the diversity and emergence times of these impressive moths across the atlas of life region - add your sightings to NatureMapr

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Target of the month for JUNE 2018

Glossy Black & other Cockatoos

DISCOVER THE DISTRIBUTION AND HABITS OF THE THREATENED GLOSSY BLACK-COCKATOO AND OTHER COCKATOOS OF THIS REGION. Add your sightings to the Atlas of Life NatureMapr database. 

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