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Wildlife Sightings in the City of Logan

Main Project Information
Goal We encourage you to explore outdoors and report sightings (or ev
Task Help us collect data by submitting your local flora and fauna si
Where
Description

Council needs information about the distribution and numbers of different species occurring throughout the city in order to better manage them. We recognise that local knowledge is one of the most important sources of environmental information. Therefore, we would appreciate any sightings (or evidence) of threatened or locally significant wildlife you may have encountered in Logan. Examples of such species to report include Koalas, Platypus, Powerful Owls and Glossy Black Cockatoos. You may also provide records of any deceased animals, such as roadkill animals, as this information is also important. We are keen for this to be a whole community effort.

Please note if you are submitting a sighting for a deceased animal and would like Council to collect the deceased animal please contact Council on 3412 3412. If you are submitting a sighting of an injured or sick animal please also immediately call the RSPCA Logan Wildlife Ambulance on 1300 ANIMAL (1300 264 265).

How to Join

You can report your wildlife sighting by heading over to Council's website and reporting your wildlife sighting via our online form.

Website http://www.logan.qld.gov.au/environment-water-and-waste/wildlife/report-your-wildlife-sightings-online
Ideal Age Group
Tags , animals, biodiversity, birds, glider, glossy black cockatoos, koala, platypus, powerful owl, queensland, quoll, se, seq, south east queensland
Project Updated 10/05/2018