Living with Threatened Species

Giant Barred Frog (Mixophyes iteratus)

Giant Barred Frog (Mixophyes iteratus)

The MRCCC’s Living with Threatened Species Program commenced in 2003 with an initial focus on threatened stream frogs in the Mary Catchment. The Program has since expanded to incorporate rehabilitation and protection of habitat for a range of threatened aquatic and terrestrial fauna species. The MRCCC is also working on the development of Australia’s first river based Recovery Plan for some of the most threatened aquatic species in the Mary Catchment will soon be available for public comment.

Something About Mary – Mary River Threatened Species Recovery Plan Publications

Something About Mary – High resolution

Something About Mary – Low resolution

Habitat poster A3 (colour high resolution)

Habitat poster A3 (colour low resolution)

Habitat poster A3 (black and white)

Mary River Cod (Maccullochella mariensis)

Mary River Cod (Maccullochella mariensis)

Mary River Catchment Threatened Species Factsheets

Threatened Fauna of the Mary Catchment Frog Flyer

Fact sheet – Giant barred frog

Fact sheet – Cascade treefrog

Fact sheet – Tusked frog

Fact sheet – Mary River cod

Fact sheet – Coxen’s fig parrot

Fact sheet – Black Breasted Button Quail

Fact sheet – Red goshawk

Fact sheet – Richmond birdwing

Fact sheet – the Australian Lungfish

Freshwater Turtles of the Mary Catchment

Keys to identify the Turtles of the Mary River Part A and Part B

Mary Catchment Threatened Species Poster

Koala habitat flyer

Koalas

Kenilworth Croakers Flyer

Comments are closed