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About Canberra Nature Map

The Canberra Nature Map project allows you to report your rare plant and animal sightings as well as any of the many treasures in and around the ACT.

Proudly supported by: ACT EPD, ACT Landcare, TAMS, ACTHA and more...


 You can now "like" sightings!2 Feb 2017

 Now you can re-order images..16 Jan 2017

 Android app now live!14 Jan 2017

 Field Guide to the Butterflies of the ACT - another great new book7 Dec 2016

 Insects of South-Eastern Australia: - great book now available15 May 2016

 Canberra Nature Map boundaries18 Apr 2016

 Fire and Orchids Citizen Science project1 Jan 2015

Latest discussion

13 min ago
Female Mistletoebirds have red on the underside of their rump, behind the legs. Males have red on their breast but a think black line running thr...

SteveCBulk Reporter - SteveC has reported over 100 sightings! wrote:
21 min ago
Not the easiest to photograph especially when the breeze comes up along the Murrumbidge.

Other - smaller than magpie Smicrornis brevirostris (Weebill)
SteveCBulk Reporter - SteveC has reported over 100 sightings! wrote:
24 min ago
Thanks. There is a large family of Mistletoe I have previously reported with photographs of the males of in the area. I know the area very w...

michaelbMultiple Significant Sightings - michaelb has made multiple, recognised, significant sightings and is a true NatureMapr!Ultra Reporter - michaelb has reported over 500 sightings!Founding Explorer - michaelb joined us in 2014! wrote:
1 hr ago
Thanks Steve.

Rush / Sedge Typha sp. (Cumbungi)
1 hr ago
Chris- We are able to take field notes into account to complement what is shown in the image- For example for plants, I often get asked whether s...

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