The NSW Atlas of Wildlife
Conservation management notes
The NSW Atlas of Wildlife records sightings of flora and fauna. Landholders can both use and contribute to the Atlas. This note describes the Atlas and provides advice about contributing.
- 1 June 2011
- Office of Environment and Heritage
The NSW Atlas of Wildlife is a database of fauna and flora records, managed by the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH). It contains over four million recorded sightings and is the main repository of information and knowledge about biodiversity in NSW.
Anyone can search the Atlas at NSW BioNet.