This is the home of the Slopes to Summit (S2S) Biodiversity Project, a pilot project of the Atlas of Living Australia (ALA). Established in 2012, the site aims to encourage citizen science in the local community, where people can find out more about local wildlife and get involved in sharing species records. Records added to this website are harvested by the ALA, contributing to the largest on-line biological database in Australia.

How to use this website

  1. Explore - view profiles and records of the native plants and animals found in the S2S region of southern NSW and NE Victoria;
  2. Add Records - sign in to contribute wildlife records from your farm, school, backyard, office, anywhere! It is free and easy to use;

  3. Learn More - find out more about the project and other on-line wildlife resources.

Supported by

Atlas of Living Australia