Lake Conjola Flora and Fauna
Stay Alert in the Bush
- South Coast Shorebirds
Aquatic & Marine
- Rules and Information
- Fishing in the Shoalhaven
- Fishing Guides
- Conjola Nat Park
- Narrawallee Reserve
- Pigeon House Mt
- Morton Nat Park
Aust Flora & Fauna Register
- Aust Living Atlas Home
- Aust Living Atlas Conjola
- Aussie Backyard Bird Count
- Birdlife Australia
- Feather Map of Aust
- Coastline Management
The temperate sub-tropical climate and undeveloped, pristine environment make Conjola the perfect place for nature lovers. Conjola is surrounded by National Parks and bounded by the escarpment of Morton National Park to the west. As such it is a haven for a multitude of floras and faunas.
Stay Alert in the Bush provides information on things to need to be aware of whilst in the Australian Bush. Ticks are very common at Conjola - in the grass, trees, and on native animals. Further information is on the menu at left
Australian Living Atlas - the link on the bottom left menu provides access to "The Atlas of Living Australia" which is a collaborative, national project that aggregates biodiversity data from multiple sources and makes it available and usable to the public online. The Atlas is managed by the National Research Infrastructure of Australia (NCRIS), and is an Australian Government initiative.
You can create a record of a sighting or observation of flora or fauna in the Atlas. Just click on the "Aust Living Atlas" menu item on the left, then click the "Get Involved" menu item and enter the details. You can also upload photos.
Aust Living Atlas Conjola is a link to the recorded Flora and Fauna sightings within 10 kms of Lake Conjola
Aussie Backyard Bird Count is an annual initiative by BirdLife Australia and its Birds in Backyards Program For further information click on the menu item on the left.
Birdlife Australia is a site dedicated to Australian birds. It is a useful resource for bird watchers, and contains information on education and publications on Australian birds
The Feather Map of Australia project aims to collect waterbird feathers from wetlands around Australia. These feathers will be analysed to identify stable isotopes and minerals that are incorporated into feathers through the ingestion of food.
Shoalhaven Council Coastline Management is a link to the Shoalhaven Council Coastline Management page on the Environment section of the Council's website. On the bottom right hand side of the Council page is a link to "Frontline News", a news letter on coastal management in the Shoalhaven.