Report a protected or threatened species

The Department of Primary Industries maintains a database of sighting records of threatened fish species in NSW to monitor the number, location and movements of these important species. You can contribute by reporting your sightings and so help us to better understand and manage the state’s aquatic biodiversity.

 

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The Personal Information you provide this section is subject to the NSW Department of Trade and Investment, Regional Infrastructure and Services’ Privacy Policy and will not be disclosed to anybody else unless authorised by law. We ask for this information so we can contact you if necessary for more details about your sighting report.

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Insert your email address, a phone number or another means of contacting you if we need to.
Sighting details

The fish information provided here is not subject to privacy conditions. It may be added to our dataset and made available on websites or in publications.

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Check for other threatened species
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Anything else you can tell us may be important. For example, what condition the fish was in, type of habitat, time of day, how was it caught?

Send us an image of the fish or its habitat. Click ‘browse’, navigate to the image in your device and select it for upload.
Location details
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Decimal Degrees only. At least 3 decimal places. Use map if required
 
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Find coordinates by moving around the map

1. Drag the map to rough location.
2. Zoom in for greater accuracy.
3. Move the curser to the fish location and ‘click’. The coordinates are refreshed with each click, so repeat if necessary to get the most accurate point. Do not click on the map again after you’ve selected the most accurate point. Hint: River names become visible if the ‘satellite’ view and ‘labels’ is selected.