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On the shelves
A Field Guide to the Mammals of Australia by
Call Number: 599.0994 MENK
Publication Date: 2011
This fully revised and updated edition of A Field Guide to the Mammals of Australia is the only comprehensive guide to identifying all 382 species of mammals known in Australia.
Regional field guide to birds : Red Centre to Top End by
Call Number: 598.0723494 PIZZ
Publication Date: 2013
The Australian bird guide by
Call Number: 598.0994 AUST
Publication Date: 2017
Free Field Guide app
Northern Territory Field Guide app
Download the app on your Apple or Android phone, and use it to identify over 600 species, from animals found in tropical rivers and reefs to the deserts of Central Australia - everything from colourful birds, iconic fish and mammals, dangerous snakes and crocs, through to butterflies, tiny termites and wasps. The app was put together by the Territory’s leading scientists, images and sounds from the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory collection as well as from external photographers and volunteers.
Download the app from Google Play or App Store
Northern Territory Government data
Native animals, feral animals, threatened species, problem animals, report injured wildlife, care for wildlife and pets, wildlife grants and permits.
Atlas of Living Australia
Explore the Atlas of Living Australia, a collaborative, national project that aggregates biodiversity data from multiple sources and makes it available and usable online.
You can also search species by location.
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