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Guide to threatened species in Kakadu National Park including other plants and animals of interest

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Title
Guide to threatened species in Kakadu National Park including other plants and animals of interest
Creator
O'Dea, Anne
Collection
E-Publications; E-Books; PublicationNT
Date
2014
Location
Kakadu National Park
Description
This guide is for Kakadu National Park staff and bininj (local Traditional Owners and other Indigenous people of Kakadu). The guide highlights listed threatened species and some of the other significant plants and animals of Kakadu National Park at the time of printing. There are many more species that contribute to the rich biodiversity of the park, but these represent many of the species that are least often seen, or are significant to bininj.; Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).
Table of contents
Habitats of Kakadu key -- Some threats to wildlife and plants in Kakadu key -- Threatened species key -- Traditional owner concern key -- Tips to pronounce Gundjeihmi names -- Tips to pronounce Kunwinjku names -- Tips to pronounce Jawoyn names -- Kakadu seasons -- How to use this book -- Mammals -- Birds -- Reptiles -- Fish -- Insects -- Plants -- The task ahead -- References -- Websites.
Language
English
Subject
Endangered species; Mammals; Marsupials; Flora; National parks and reserves
Publisher name
National Environmental Research Program Northern Australia Hub for Kakadu National Park
Place of publication
Darwin
Format
133 pages : colour illustrations
File type
application/pdf.
Copyright owner
Check within Publication or with content Publisher.
Parent handle
https://hdl.handle.net/10070/271334
Citation address
https://hdl.handle.net/10070/271334
Related items
https://hdl.handle.net/10070/432786

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