This category contains Western Australian Science and Environmental sites.
Voluntary group dedicated to protecting householders, farmers and forests from bushfires. Features member credentials, photographs, and details of recent initiatives.
Kimberley Toadbusters Inc. is a voluntary organisation using community involvement to keep this destructive introduced species out of Western Australia. Includes photographs and newsletters from fieldwork near Kununurra, and suggests ways to contribute to the campaign.
Virtual geology field trip displays the rocks and minerals of a mine in Western Australia.
The Department of Agriculture describes this insect pest and the damage it causes to treated pine structures. Includes maps of infested areas, details of control measures, news and FAQ.
Scientific database on 12,000 kinds of plants found in Western Australia, including maps, photos, descriptions, and nomenclature.
Information on birding in Western Australia including articles and useful links.
Views of the park, plant information and activities.
Educating schools, organizations and individuals about Western Australian reptiles. Includes identification index, myths, personal stories and photographs.
Information on natural resource management in Perth, Western Australia. Area includes the Armadale-Gosnells Landacre Group, Bannister Creek and Two Rivers Catchment Groups, the Phosphorous Action Group and educators.
A non-profit organisation created to preserve Australia's only biodiversity hotspot while supporting the local economy and communities in the region.
Wildlife education and preservation facility specific to Herdsman Lake, Perth, Western Australia.
An umbrella body for the many community environment organisations in Perth and throughout the South West that are concerned with forest conservation. The site details information on meetings, upcoming events, photographs and latest news.
A major research centre located on the Murdoch University campus in Perth.
An introduction to the state's wildlife. Includes information on frogs and other native wildlife to Western Australia, books and photographs.
Contains information on the native plants and habitats of the region, conservation, branch offices, and recommended reading.
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