Natural Grasslands Fact Sheet
FBA Natural grasslands fact sheet
Open fields of natural grasslands are home to special plants and secretive animals, and support productive cattle businesses by providing palatable feed. Natural grasslands are an essential part of our local landscape and they need your help to survive. This guide is full of tips to help central Queensland landholders manage their natural grasslands.
Kroombit Tops Threatened Species Fact Sheet
FBA's Kroombit Tops Threatened Species Fact Sheet
Kroombit Tops National Park, located between Monto and Calliope in the Boyne Valley is a unique rainforest landscape, home to a number of significant animal and reptile species. Download this fact sheet to learn more.
Citizen Science Frog Identification App
Croaks, whistles, bleats and barks - every frog species makes a different sound! By recording a frog call with the new app, FrogID, you can discover which frogs live around you and help count Australia's frogs!
Changing the Flow: Water Spreading Banks
Infographic on water spreading banks
Information on Shoalwater and Corio Bay Ramsar site including links to RIS and ECD
Ramsar Sites Information Service - Shoalwater and Corio Bay Area
Weeds of National Significance Directory
Landowners and land managers at all levels are responsible for managing Weeds of National Significance (WoNS). The WoNS were selected as they require coordination among all levels of government, organisations and individuals with weed management responsibilities.
Record feral animal sightings
FeralScan - Pest Animal Citizen Surveillance
FeralScan (www.feralscan.org.au) is a community website and Smartphone App that allows you to map sightings of pest animals and record the problems they are causing in your local area. FeralScan can be used by farmers, community groups, pest controllers, local government, catchment groups and individuals managing pest animals and their impacts.
WetlandInfo – FBA region
Fitzroy Region Wetland Information
Queensland Marine Turtle Field Guide
This field guide has been developed as part of the Nest to Ocean Turtle Protection Program. Correctly identifying marine turtles, and the animals that prey on their nests, provides valuable information about turtle populations and shows where predator control activities are most needed