Welcome! Take a closer look... [more]
New and updated flora listing statements and notesheets have been added... [more]
Temporarily missing links e.g. listing statements DPIPWE has launched a brand new website which is well worth exploring. However there are some temporarily missing links arising on the Threatened Species Link... [more]
Announcing the arrival of TasVeg 3.0! [more]
Your comments please! The draft Threatened Tasmanian Orchids Recovery Plan 2013 is available for public comment until 14th February 2014.
Are you seeing swift parrots regularly this year? If so, the monitoring team would be very interested to hear of your observations. [more]
Swift parrot breeding areas this year include the Eastern Tiers, around Tooms Lake and Lake Leake, in areas between Buckland and Woodsdale, around Orford township, on North and South Bruny and around Devonport. Ongoing surveys may identify additional areas. [more]
This Saturday is National Threatened Species Day. Check out, share and discuss our list of Ten Things that we can all do to help reduce the risk of extinction for Tasmania's threatened species. [more]
Very much alive and kicking! After a decade of occasional single observations - enough only to know that the stunningly beautiful Miena jewel beetle wasn't extinct - zoologists have hit the jackpot. [more]
extra help with plant identification - have you tried Greg Jordan & David
Tng's online Key to Tasmanian Vascular Plants? A fantastic resource.
Designing windows or fences near the east coast? Did you know about the guidelines for swift parrot-friendly building design? See Minimising the swift parrot collision threat
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