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This site is currently under construction. Information and photographs are being updated.
|About the Club
||Contacts & Fees
||Current Newsletter (pdf)
||Archive of Past Newsletters
||Birding around Alice Springs
||Places to Visit|
Alice Springs Sewage Ponds, Birdwatchers Map & Guide
Botanical Links and herbaria
Bushwalking in Alice Springs
Field Naturalists Clubs Australia wide
National Parks in the NT
Road Conditions in the NT, northern SA
Australian Plants Society, Alice Springs
Mineralogy Database or try putting the mineral name into Google
All other parks managed by NT Parks and Wildlife
Central Australian Tourism Industry Association, useful information for travellers
What is the weather usually like? BOM
How much rain has fallen in the last few months? BOM . Select region, select Amounts, as this is easier to understand, and a rainfall map will appear. Click on
to get a map with place names.
New South Wales (this cannot be be a complete list)
Queensland Wildlife Preservation Society, 20 branches through the state.
Field Naturalists Society of SA
Conservation Council of SA, list of member groups
Burnie Field Naturalists Club
Tasmanian Field Naturalists Club
West Australian Field Naturalists
CSIRO Ecowatch, lots of information on invertebrates, identification to family level
CSIRO, list of scientific names, includes some images and distribution by State.
Australian Fauna Directory, a checklist of all animal groups in Australia.
Frogs Australia Network, a great resource for Australian frogs
Frogs of Australia, another resource for Australian frogs
Spiders of Australia, an excellent website
ANGFA Aquatic Survey Database, lots of information on freshwater plants, fish, other animals and surveys
Australian Animals a great source of information on Australian fauna.
So many sites with good images are appearing that a complete list beyond me. I suggest putting the species name you are interested in into Google and seeing what you find.