Skip to main content Skip to navigation

Which threatened species are in my area?

Simple Natural Values Atlas threatened species query

This provides a list of threatened species which may be in your area.


Enter a full street address, locality, or property ID     property ID?     LISTmap
Go

Note that the above Natural Values Atlas search is a simplified version of the search function available using the Natural Values Atlas website. For more details about the Natural Values Atlas and the search functions available, see the Natural Values Atlas information page.


Search area tips
Use full addresses or place names without abbreviation or punctuation. Narrow your search area as much as possible.

Good searches
  • 134 macquarie street hobart (full address)
  • 5668915 (property ID)
  • upper burnie (suburb)

Bad searches
  • 134 macquarie st hobart (abbreviation of 'street')
  • 134 macquarie street (no suburb - Tasmania has multiple Macquarie Streets)
  • 556-8915 (extra characters in property ID)
    Photograph of a threatened species
    Forty-spotted pardalote
    Pardalotus quadragintus
    Recent surveys indicate that the global population has declined by 60% in 17 years to around 1500 individuals.

    Latest Updates

    Welcome! Take a closer look... [more]

    1/07/2017

    It is now the breeding season for both Wedge-tailed Eagles and White-bellied Sea-eagles​. It is important to stay well away from nests that are being used during this period (i.e. hundreds of metres away, out of sight and hearing of nesting eagles), in order not to impact on bre​eding succ​ess.​

    [more]

    20/02/2017

    ​​Solutions to birds hitting windows: The American Bird Conservancy has put together some very comprehensive, well researched guidelines on window designs & retrofits to reduce risk of bird deaths...

    [more]

    24/10/2016

    ​​Swift parrot breeding areas 2016-17: Bruny Island, Channel, southern forests...

    [more]

    21/03/2016

    ​A new Recovery Plan is now available for Tasmania's three handfish species [more]

    27/01/2016

    Link to fire map on The List - constantly being updated...

    [more]

    8/11/2014

    ​New and updated flora listing statements and notesheets are now online... [more]

    29/10/2014

    ​Survey​s indicate that swift parrot breeding this season is concentrated around Rheban and Southport Lagoon/Ida Bay, and that food availability is particularly limited, resulting in unusual behaviour.​ [more]

    14/10/2014

    Area Search glitch fixed [more]

    5/09/2014

    Marking Threatened Species Day 2014 - a new tool on the Threatened Species Link to make finding out what's in your area a whole lot easier...​ [more]

    5/09/2014

    Lots of events around Threatened Species Day.... [more]

    19/08/2014

    ​Training course in the identification and management of wedge-tailed eagle and white-bellied sea eagle habitat and nest sites...​ [more]

    9/07/2014

    ​Artists: here's some food for thought...​​​ [more]

    28/04/2014

    Calling... conservationists, curators, biologists, artists, natural resource managers, writers, school teachers, musicians, environmental consultants and planners, film-makers and other lovers of Tasmania's plants and animals... [more]

    1/04/2014

    New and updated flora listing statements and notesheets have been added​​... [more]

    12/03/2014

    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]

    27/11/2013

    Announcing the arrival of TasVeg 3.0​​​​​ [more]

    26/11/2013

    Your comments please! The draft Threatened Tasmanian Orchids Recovery Plan 2013 is available for public comment until 14th February 2014. ​

    4/11/2013

    Are you seeing swift parrots regularly this year? If so, the monitoring team would be very interested to hear of your observations.​​ [more]

    24/10/2013

    ​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]

    2/09/2013

    ​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]

    5/08/2013

    Eagle nest activity checks: recommendation to hold off until November.​ It is now the breeding season for both wedge-tailed eagles and sea eagles. It's important to stay well away - hundreds of metres away, out of sight and hearing of an eagle on a nest - to avoid risks of impact on breeding success. For those needing to check whether a nest is occupied, the Forest Practices Authority now recommends only November checks. Earlier checks may result in mistakes.
    [more]

    18/02/2013

    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]

    19/09/2012

    For extra help with plant identification - have you tried Greg Jordan & David Tng's online Key to Tasmanian Vascular Plants? A fantastic resource.​

    10/09/2012

    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