Useful wildlife information websites
Queensland species lists, wildlife information and survey data can also be accessed from the following sites.
Online mapping system to access biodiversity related spatial layers and reports.
Find species information such as species names, notes and images and download species locations for Queensland’s native and naturalised plants and animals from the WildNet database.
Online mapping system with spatial layers and tools to generate species lists and view published survey data, species locations and project data from the WildNet database.
Access environmental information for a range of area types within Queensland (such as local government areas and national parks) and access species lists, notes and images.
Interactive map to locate information about particular places (sites) and their suitability for regrowing native forest including biodiversity benefits for priority species.
This is a subset of the wildlife records from the WildNet database approved for release (by data providers).
Queensland species distributions and densities generalised to a 10 km grid resolution based on the WildNet database.
Access WildNet data that has been approved for public release including species profiles, notes, statuses, images, species locations and project information.
The names and conservation statuses of Queensland plants, fungi, protists, mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and some fish and invertebrate groups based on the WildNet database.
The list of Queensland confidential species from the WildNet database.
A subset of the specimen label data derived from the Queensland Herbarium Herbrecs database.
Names, distributions and status of Queensland plants, algae, fungi, lichens and cyanobacteria, based on the Queensland Herbarium Herbrecs database.
Access plant specimen data obtained from Australian herbaria collections.
Access flora survey data from the Queensland Herbarium CORVEG database.
Search the regional ecosystems database using the search form or by selecting a bioregion within one of the landzones.
Access fauna specimen datasets of the Queensland Museum.
Access animal specimen data obtained from Australian museum collections.
Detailed spatial information on pest management activities in Queensland.
Access species lists, distribution maps, records, notes and images for Australian wildlife.
A geodatabase of modelled potential habitat shapefiles for selected threatened species in Queensland.
This dataset represents the current status of Habitat Suitability Models across Queensland.
Access the MapsOnline service that produces a range of spatially-referenced information as map and report products.
Generate reports that provide information on specific environmental values by location.