NatureWatch is our land-based citizen-science program. It started in 2007 and trains community volunteers like you to collect important information about Victoria’s animals and plants.
In each of our NatureWatch projects we work with local groups, scientists and land managers to ensure they are of community value, scientifically valid and match local management priorities.
Our hard-working NatureWatch volunteers have:
- Photographed Brush-tailed Phascogales in Wombat State Forest
- Surveyed for Southern Brown Bandicoots in new urban developments around Cranbourne
- Tracked changes in urban population Growling Grass Frogs in Epping
- Recorded thousands of hours of bird calls to monitor populations
- Monitored the post-bushfire recovery of Southern Brown Bandicoot habitat in Bunyip State Park
- Stagwatched Greater Gliders in Victoria’s central highlands forests
- Collected 10 years of data on Phytophthora dieback impacts on grasstrees in Brisbane Ranges National Park
NatureWatch celebrated our 10 year anniversary in 2018, check out its history here!
Joining a NatureWatch project is a fun and important way to contribute to nature conservation in Victoria.
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