- Created: Sunday, 18 December 2016 18:11
- Written by Web Manager DS
There are many Nature Databases for Australia and the World. Species records exist in a number of those databases that may relate to Tamborine Mountain. TMNHA has been working with other Species experts and community observers for many years on a Tamborine Mountain Database now accessible through this website.
Some Nature Databases that may directly or indirectly relate to Tamborine Mountain include:
This Species Identification information may also be of use.
Whilst we are interested in assisting to locate and identify rare or new species on Tamborine Mountain, we do not have the respources to be a general species identification service to the public. Our Database has approximately 1200 species identified on Tamborine Mountain.
The objectives of Tamborine Mountain Natural History Association Inc. (TMNHA) and the website is to share natural history and biodiversity knowledge and experiences. The history on developing the TMNHA website system with a database function was to provide opportunities for TMNHA in wide ranging data collection and display. Some knowledge may have restricted access for various reasons.
YOU CAN ACCESS THE CURRENT DATABASE at this LINK or by the above Database sub menu item "Current Database Link".
Website Administrators can access the new Database in development by the sub-menu above only appearing on their logon.
Biodiversity data has been collected over a long history of various contributors, which includes
- Very old records donated to TMNHA
- TMNHA members developing and expanding that donated data for printed materials
- TMNHA members collecting observations through organised bird and nature walks (on and off the mountain) and member's personal observations
- Tamborine Mountain Landcare Inc (TML) was later formed and had members who were also or had been TMNHA members. TML arrange scientific surveys of specific sites to identify and monitor plants and animals at those sites. Its members have also contributed some personal observations.
- Past and continuing data collected by persons unconnected with TMNHA or TML.