Handy identification charts
Landscapes Hills and Fleurieu gratefully acknowledges Green Adelaide for allowing these resources to be adapted for the Hills and Fleurieu region.
- Bushland birds of the Hills and Fleurieu
- Beach combing guide
- Native orchids of the Hills and Fleurieu
- Native plants of the Hills and Fleurieu
- Butterflies of the Hills and Fleurieu
- Frogs of the Hills and Fleurieu
- Fungi of the Hills and Fleurieu
- Native ants of the Hills and Fleurieu
- Aquatic Macroinvertebrate ID Key
- Junior Aquatic macroinvertebrate ID Key
- Freshwater Fish Identification Key
- Wetland birds of the Hills and Fleurieu
Monitoring is the process of observing and keeping records of change in something over time. Photopoint monitoring is a simple, yet effective method used to record physical changes at a given location over time. It involves the repeat photography of a fixed area of interest from a fixed ‘photopoint’ at time intervals. Photopoint monitoring can be used to track short term changes, such as when demonstrating work undertaken or the impacts of an extreme event. It is also used to track long term changes resulting from management actions or changes in the environmental conditions.
Download the photopoint monitoring guide and factsheet here.
Planning for revegetation basic flow charts
Green Adelaide offers a suite of professional development opportunities for school teachers involved in Nature Education.
In order to access further educational support, you may like to:
- educational resource kits are available for loan to local schools, volunteers and community groups from the Goolwa to Wellington Local Action Planning Association.
- subscribe to the weekly e-newsletter from Green Adelaide email@example.com
- view the resources available for teachers on the Green Adelaide website.
- apply for a Hills and Fleurieu Grassroots Grant (for schools within the Board region)
- visit our citizen science page to find opportunities to be involved
- reach out to your local environment centre (Strathalbyn, Normanville, Norton Summit and Willunga) to connect with local environmental experts
- take a look at the Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board's teacher resources
- encourage students to join either the Youth Environment Council (YEC), Coastal Ambassadors Program or Climate Ready Schools (CRS)