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2019 Cane Toad Hunt

2019 Cane Toad Hunt

Earlier 2019 we joined Greening Australia and local community members to catch pesky toads. Check out the highlights from the event!

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FBA IYOR poster

International Year of the Reef Poster

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FBA biodiversity poster

Caring for Biodiversity in the Fitzroy region

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FBA fish friendly poster

How to help create a fish friendly future

This A3 poster is a bright and simple resource outlining how citizens can look after our local waterways.

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Snake identification and awareness guide for the Gladstone Region

Snake identification and awareness guide for the Gladstone Region

Learn to identify local snakes with this handy and detailed guidebook.

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Turtley awesome facts

Marine Turtle Fact Sheet

Learn about our local marine turtles with this colourful infographic.

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Field guide

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

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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.

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Frog ID

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!

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