Native species of Albury Wodonga

Our region is rich with native plant species and the unique native creatures that rely on them. Explore the links below for native species guides and information on our local environment, then explore the real thing in our magnificent regional parks!

Biodiversity and threatened species in your area

Biodiversity Summary North East Victoria

Click the link to find a comprehensive list of the native plant and animal species of North East Victoria, courtesy of the Australian Department of Agriculture, Water and Environment.

Threatened Fauna List in Wodonga

Click the link to find a list of all known threatened species in the Wodonga Local Government Area, compiled by the SWIFFT program.

Threatened species of the Inland Slopes IBRA sub-region

Click the link to find a list of all known threatened species in the Inland Slopes bioregion surrounding the Albury Local Government Area, courtesy of the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage.

Contribute your wildlife sightings

Wombats and wombat burrows

Click the link to log your wombat encounters using WomSAT

Frogs

Click the link to log frog calls and identify what you can hear with FrogID

Platypus and Rakali

Click the link to record your sightings of Platypus and/or Rakali with the Australian Platypus Conservancy

All Flora and Fauna

Click the link to record your sightings of native flora and fauna with iNaturalist, Australia’s national record of flora and fauna distribution

General Guides

Local Flora and Fauna Guides

Explore your local parks with our Bush Park Explorers videos

Fauna Tales – posts from our news blog

Night Walks a holiday treat

Bushfire Recovery project delivers for local woodlands

Baranduda – Wombat real estate

Kangaroo Day 24th October

Protecting our woodlands from hard-hoofed soil compaction

And then there are the Mega-bats!

Supporting Ryans Lagoon Wetlands

Removing barbed hazards

DIY Park activities: Identifying Frogs

For the Greater Good of the Greater Glider

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