Atlas of Living Australia: http://www.ala.org.au/
We have based our Bioblitz on the successful UK model developed by the Marine Biological Association and the Natural History Museum.
A useful Caterpillar ID guide is: http://lepidoptera.butterflyhouse.com.au/faqs/ident.html
For Bird Lists and more information about Bird routes go to: http://thebegavalley.org.au/birdwatchers.html
Montagu Island Partners reports: http://mipartners.blogspot.com.au/2008/08/download-reports-as-pdf-copies.html
and : http://mipartners.blogspot.com.au also the 54th Shearwater breeding report for Montagu : Montagu Is report 2013
One of the methodologies we use for coastal surveys is the Marine Biological Association’s
The Shore Thing project is rooted in sound science and is based on methodologies and information from the UK MarClim www.mba.ac.uk/marclim project.
Nature Coast Marine Group: http://www.ncmg.org.au
Cuttlefish Courtship Display by the Nature Coast Marine Group – filmed by Bill Barker at Potato Point
Panboola (Pambula Wetlands Heritage Project): http://thebegavalley.org.au/panboola.html
Sea Slug Forum: http://www.seaslugforum.net
South Coast Koala Recovery Program: http://thebegavalley.org.au/693.html
Here are some recently launched local WOODLAND BIRD VIDEOS WITH SOUNDS to help us identify what we see or hear.
These have been shared by Mandi Stevenson of Panboola and NSW Landcare.
Previous Panboola Biodiversity studies:
Water quality frameworks
Marine/coastal survey Methodologies
Geology of the Sapphire Coast
Forum 2012 Speakers
The following seven research papers are from Dr Kavanagh. They describe some of his researches into the Yellow Bellied Glider
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