Fauna atlas

The Northern Territory (NT) fauna atlas currently includes all known terrestrial vertebrate records for the NT.

It has more than one million records and is the most comprehensive database available of mammals, birds, reptiles and frogs. 

It is used to work out where species can be found and make sure these species are protected.

Data is collected by scientists, from museums, environmental consultants, researchers and historical accounts. 

Contribute to the NT fauna atlas

You can submit your fauna records to the fauna atlas on the fauna observations page of the NT Biodiversity Data Entry Portal website.

If you have any questions email biodiversity@nt.gov.au.

Last updated: 29 July 2015

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