Results from collecting by citizen scientists in the Carpentaria Coast
- 45 submissions were received
- Samples were received from six species
- Samples received included feathers from Australian white ibis, Brolga, Glossy Ibis, Ducks, Nankeen night heron, Sarus crane
- The most common samples were Brolga and Sarus Crane feathers
- It was particularly important to received Sarus Crane feathers as this bird is in decline and is listed as a vulnerable species on the International Union for Conservation of Nature Red List
Did you know?
- The Carpentaria Coast is largely uninhabited by humans