9206 sightings of 5641 species across 137 locations from 347 members


About Atlas of Life in the Coastal Wilderness

Our place is a bioregion of particular interest and worthy of detailed study.

The aim of the project is to identify as many of the living creatures of this region as possible over the next years.

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Announcements

 New Smartphone apps live!11 Dec 2017

Dear Users,

Today we're proud to make a brand new version of both the iPhone and Android NatureMapr smartphone app available for you to download!

iPhone

You need to remove any old instances of the NatureMapr app from your device and download the new app from here:
https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/naturemapr/id1042299523?mt=8

Android

You need to remove any old instances of the NatureMapr app from your device and download the new app from here:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=naturemapr.mobile.droid&hl=en

Please send all feedback on how the new apps go to aaron@at3am.it

Happy NatureMapping!

 

 Atlas of Life Meeting, AGM and Christmas lunch7 Dec 2017

 Atlas of Life AGM and Christmas lunch3 Nov 2017

 2017 BioBlitz along Merimbula Creek12 Sep 2017

 Performance improvements30 Apr 2017

Latest discussion

Yesterday
I first came across this genus at Middle Beach, Merimbula but it appears to be fairly common along the coast

Anemone Anthopleura sp.
LizAllenBulk Reporter - LizAllen has reported over 100 sightings! wrote:
Yesterday
Thank you Steve,knew i had seen & never identified this anemone & I found it in my photo file ....Greencape 2012 !!

Anemone Anthopleura sp.
Yesterday
The fence at this site has made this location a good spot the the great cormorants and crested terns as well as the nesting shorebirds.

Water & Shore bird Phalacrocorax carbo (Great Cormorant)
14 Dec 2017
Can't be anything else, but that is an unusual spot for Lep lanigerum. Usually the only riparian Lepto that occurs on narrow streams embedded in...

Other Shrub Leptospermum lanigerum (Woolly Teatree)
LizAllenBulk Reporter - LizAllen has reported over 100 sightings! wrote:
11 Dec 2017
This is most likely to be a Bottlenose Dolphin...Tursiops aduncas are the inshore Bottlenose Dolphins....shown from DNA research along the East c...

Unidentified
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