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Lee Point Biodiversity Corridor
989.56
BioScore
                
    Locality  (5.0x)
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   Greater Region  (12.5x)
The natural beauty and biodiversity at Lee Point is under threat. Protecting the rare old growth woodland trees in the Lee Point Biodiversity Corridor is about protecting Darwin’s last wildlife corridor, Darwin’s biodiversity and ultimately the quality of life of future generations.
3,787
Identifications
926
Observations
131
Species
41
People (11  active)
From - 2009-10-25

To - 2024-02-28

Observation Score
Species Score
Activity Score
Total vs Locality
2.32 %
6.76 %
8.04 %
Total vs Greater Region
1.28 %
4.51 %
4.81 %
This Year vs Total
4.0 %
24.43 %
26.83 %
Last Two Years vs Total
8.21 %
40.46 %
51.22 %
Top Species
1.
Melithreptus albogularis Gould, 1848
30
2.
Geopelia humeralis (Temminck, 1821)
27
3.
Geopelia placida Gould, 1844
26
4.
Microeca flavigaster Gould, 1843
26
5.
Artamus leucorynchus (Linnaeus, 1771)
25
6.
Aprosmictus erythropterus (Gmelin, 1788)
23
7.
Neochmia phaeton (Hombron & Jacquinot, 1841)
23
8.
Todiramphus macleayii (Jardine & Selby, 1830)
23
9.
Trichoglossus rubritorquis Vigors & Horsfield, 1827
23
10.
Grallina cyanoleuca (Latham, 1802)
23
Top Observers
1.
obsr1409314
464
2.
obsr668442
73
3.
obsr778455
54
4.
obsr266479
36
5.
obsr499136
36
6.
obsr937899
34
7.
obsr848101
31
8.
obsr584743
27
9.
obsr450230
27
10.
Donna Schakelaar
25
Contests In Progress
For observations made between 2023/08/25 and 2030/08/25
Submissions accepted up to 2030/08/25
A test group/bundle of realms to be tested on the new bundle/grouping page.
10
Identifications
10
Observations
8
Species
3
People
For observations made between 2018/01/01 and 2028/01/01
Submissions accepted up to 2028/01/01
City, state and national parks are a great place to record nature's story.
3,787
Identifications
926
Observations
131
Species
41
People
For observations made between 2018/01/01 and 2028/01/01
Submissions accepted up to 2028/01/01
Rehabilitate, rewild, rejuvenate, reconnect with the natural world!
3,787
Identifications
926
Observations
131
Species
41
People
For observations made between 2015/01/01 and 2025/06/01
Submissions accepted up to 2025/06/01
Guardians of Earth is a Play-Earn-Protect game designed to help save life on Earth. GuardiansofEarth.io
3,787
Identifications
926
Observations
131
Species
41
People
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