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Information on all sorts of good things!

Australian biodiversity resource - Atlas of Living Australia
An initiative to improve access to essential information on Australia's biodiversity by providing tools for researchers and others to access, combine and map data on Australian species. The Atlas project is a partnership between the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), the Australian natural history collections community and the Australian Government.

Australian Wildlife displays and educational activities.

Bats - Sydney Bats website.

Bees - Aussie Bee and the Australian Native Bee Research Centre.

Birds in Backyards - small insect eating birds.
Birds in Backyards - birds of interest.

Department of Environment, Climate Change and Water (DECC) - Conservation Agreements for landholders of large rural properties.

"Dingo" a book by local researcher Brad Purcell
Many present-day Australians see the dingo as a threat and a pest to human production systems. An alternative viewpoint, which is more in tune with Indigenous culture, allows others to see the dingo as a means to improve human civilisation. The dingo has thus become trapped between the status of pest animal and totemic creature. This book helps readers to recognise this dichotomy, as a deeper understanding of dingo behaviour is now possible through new technologies which have made it easier to monitor their daily lives. See more on "Dingo" the book and how to purchase.

Fauna Corner - AABR.

FauNature.

Finding Animals amongst the Weeds: An Audit System for Animal-Weed Relationships - Susan Lawrie. Donwloads follow. Introduction to papers (9.05 KB)
Paper 1: "An audit system to account for birds and mammals utilising weed species" (496 KB)
Paper 2: as presented at the New Zealand Geographical Society Conference Series No. 21 (399 KB)

Friends of Lane Cove National Park What's flowering when.

Flora for fauna.

Frogs of Sydney - FATS.

Insects - Australian Insects website.

Insects - Bug Guide website - USA & Canada.

Jewellry - fantastic Ruth Waterhouse designs with native fauna.

Ladybirds - CSIRO website.

Nesting Boxes Australia.

Build your own Wildlife Nest Box. A guide for Western Sydney.

Sleepy Hollows Nesting Boxes, NSW.

The Outdoor Enthusiasts Guide to Bugs.

Wildlife Nestboxes, Victoria.



Interesting projects creating crossings and connections for nature and people

Banff National Park - Canada - Highways through habitat - The Banff Wildlife Crossings Project (Download 575.14 KB)

Christie Walk, Adelaide, Australia - A medium density urban housing development which was designed around the gardens and building community - Christie Walk

An interview with Associate Professor Darryl Jones discussing European road habitat crossings and "Safer more permeable roads". There is some good information and photos on the introductory page on A Question of Balance website. Also please enjoy reading Darryl's report Safer more permeable roads.pdf (2MB).

National Parks Association of NSW - has produced a YouTube series of videos on the Green Corridors of Southern Sydney.

Manhattan - USA - The High Line

South Korea - Cheonggye Freeway - Removing Freeways - Restoring Cities

Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative - Making Connections - Naturally



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