Tidbinbilla Nature Recording System

Welcome to the Citizen science FieldData capture tool for recording your observations of flora and fauna on the Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve. Records that you submit here may be harvested by the Atlas of Living Australia and contribute to a better knowledge and understanding of the environment and wildlife in this area.

Please note that you will need to be logged in in order to add your sightings to the system. The registration process is easy and you can use credentials that are familiar to you. Once you are registered you can login from anywhere to submit your sightings. Note however, that this site is intended only for flora and fauna sightings in the Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve and immediate surroundings.

Although this software is linked to the official Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve website, it is a separate website. You can find our more about this software by visiting the Atlas of Living Australia web site, or the Google Code repository.

To return to the Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve website, click on "TB HOME" on the menu at any time, or just click here. Note, this will open the Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve website in a new tab and hold your current place in this website, allowing you to freely move backwards and forwards between the two websites.

Identify a species

Click on "FIELD GUIDE" in the menu to browse a list of species that have already been found on and around the Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve.

If you happen to find something that is not on the list or that you can't identify, just select "Not Listed" or "Uncertain" in the species field of the observation form, attach a photo of it, and someone will try to identify it for you.

Record what you have seen

Click on "ADD YOUR SIGHTINGS" to submit records of species that you have seen at Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve.

Note that you have to be registered and logged in to be able to submit records. The registration process is simple, so have a go.

See your own records and what other people have submitted

Click on "SEE WHAT'S BEEN RECORDED" to browse through the records that you and others have already submitted.

Partnering with Conservation Volunteers Australia.

Latest Statistics

Number of users 3
Total number of records 0
Number of species recorded 0

Supported By

Atlas of Living Australia