Frankston City Biodiversity Project

We need your help mapping where animal and plant species live in Frankston City. Furry, feathered and scaly, big or small, dead or alive, common or uncommon – all organisms count.

You can help monitor and conserve Frankston’s biodiversity by downloading the iNaturalist App and joining Frankston City Council’s Biodiversity Project.

You can record observations, photos and audio recordings of plants, animals and even fungi through the app or website. 

Photos and audio clips are uploaded and shared between members, identified and verified by other experts and data can be contributed to the Atlas of Living Australia.

We will be using this information to inform how we track and protect the flora and fauna we discover as a community.

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