Current surveys

The following surveys are currently being undertaken by OEH:

 

Survey title Description Commenced Completed
2014 Wildlife Biodiversity Survey OEH will be seeking volunteers living in regional NSW to complete an online questionnaire about the current and past distribution of animals in NSW.

2014

 

Greater Sydney: Biodiversity Survey This ongoing program was set up to find out more about biodiversity in the Sydney region. Find reports on Sydney's parks, drinking water catchments and more.

2007

 

Australian White Ibis Community Survey How many of these birds are actually in New South Wales and Australia? Since 2003, we have been running the community survey. The surveys take place on a single day in spring.

2003

Ongoing
Sulphur-crested cockatoo population survey How many of these birds are actually in New South Wales and Australia? Since 2014, we have been running the community survey. The surveys take place on a single day in spring. 2014 Ongoing
Royal Natioanal Park & Environs Biodiversity Survey This collaborative project has been running since 1996 in Australia's oldest national park. Several organisations are involved.

1996

 

Brush-tailed rock-wallaby sightings survey With their current distribution uncertain, we need to know more about where brush-tailed rock-wallabies remain so we can protect this endangered species. Help us search for these elusive animals.

1992

Ongoing
Threatened Species Survey

OEH has developed two surveys for academics and researchers and land managers and conservation groups who are currently involved in threatened species conservation. 

  Ongoing
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