eBird Database

https://ebird.org/home The eBird database from the The Cornell Lab of Ornithology allows the worldwide recording of bird sightings and also provides a valuable scientific resource for education and research.

State of the Environment Report 2021

https://soe.dcceew.gov.au/overview/introduction Current knowledge of Australia’s biodiversity is very incomplete. The best estimate is that 70% (or 420,000) of all Australian species of plants, animals, fungi and other organisms have yet to be discovered, documented,...

Atlas of Living Australia

https://www.ala.org.au/ Atlas of Living Australia – Open access to Australia’s biodiversity data The Atlas of Living Australia is Australia’s national biodiversity database. It provides free, online access to information about Australia’s amazing biodiversity....