For Help in identifying Native Wildlife there are several good field guides and a fantastic online application, called- “Field Guide to NT fauna”
You can upload your wildlife sightings and they will be recorded at-
NT Fauna Observations – http://ntfaunaobs.nt.gov.au/
A site set up by The fauna division of DLRM that allows some “Citizen Science” and for landholders, or others to register and upload their native fauna sightings to the data base,. Here the records will be held and can be accessed. To be involved you just need to set up a password and user name. If you would like more information contact us at Land for Wildlife or Brydie at DLRM.
You can find wildlife records (flora and fauna) as well as fire and soil information at-
Infonet – http://www.infonet.org.au/infonet2/
Infonet is a resource that has been developed with Territory Natural Resource Management and Charles Darwin University. It is a program that allows you to select an area of land on a map and generate reports about it. The reports can include as much or as little information as you wish on Soil, Flora and Fauna species, listed species, weed species, fire history and Wildlife Management. This is really quite easy to use, generates a useful and very professional looking report and is very useful for land managers. If you are interested in a small area of land (under 50 hectares) it is best to draw a larger boundary or give the area a buffer zone as the reports of species are made on held records and sightings which are not taken from every bit of land.
For Injured Wildlife you can contact Wildcare- http://www.wildcarent.org.au/
FOR INJURED WILDLIFE CALL (between 7am-8pm):
08 89 886 121 or
0408 885 341
FOR SNAKE ID and removal go to our “Snakes of The Top End” Page