in the coastal wilderness & hinterlands of the south-east corner

A new resource page
Read about our native wasps - the Sand Wasps, Flower Wasps, parasitic wasps and more.
Learn to recognise the invasive Asian Paper Wasp. We need everyone on alert if we are to manage this emerging threat.

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Snapshots

a series of special highlights from NatureMapr sightings

Special Projects & more

KNOW YOUR WASPS

KNOW YOUR WASPS

MAPPING GLOSSY BLACKS

MAPPING GLOSSY BLACKS

MAPPING BEACH WEEDS

MAPPING BEACH WEEDS

SEA SLUG CENSUS

SEA SLUG CENSUS

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BIOSCANS, SURVEYS & BioBlitz

BIOSCANS, SURVEYS & BioBlitz

RESOURCES

RESOURCES

WINGS OF SPRING 2018

WINGS OF SPRING 2018

PHOTO COMPETITIONS

PHOTO COMPETITIONS

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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! Or learn more about NatureMapr …

 

Atlas of life

in the Coastal Wilderness

Building biodiversity knowledge across the region, from Moruya, south to Mallacoota, and west to the ranges.
This is an ongoing and long-term project … become involved today!

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