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Layer: Threatened and Priority Fauna (DBCA-037) (ID: 65)

Name: Threatened and Priority Fauna (DBCA-037)

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Description: The Threatened and Priority Fauna data layer contains records of conservation significant fauna (native animals); those listed under Part 2 of the Western Australian Biodiversity Conservation Act 2016 as Threatened (critically endangered, endangered or vulnerable), or as Specially Protected (migratory, special conservation interest or otherwise in need of special protection) or as Extinct, or are on the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (DBCA) Priority Fauna List. The data layer is prepared from a combination of records from multiple data sources, including from the DBCA Species and Communities Program’s Threatened and Priority Fauna Database (TFAUNA) and NatureMap. The records may be from surveys, monitoring programs, translocations, opportunistic sightings, evidence/secondary signs, or historical documents. The data can be used to assist with the conservation and management of fauna, especially in relation to proposed land developments or activities likely to impact on fauna and fauna habitat. The data provides an indication of the conservation significant fauna species likely to occur in a specific area of interest. It should be noted that the data does not necessarily represent a comprehensive list of the fauna in the area of interest. Its comprehensiveness is dependent on the amount of surveys carried out within an area. Data users should note that while every effort has been made to prevent errors and omissions in the data, they may be present, and DBCA accepts no responsibility for this. The TFAUNA database is subject to continual updates and amendment, and records are validated as much as practicable prior to entry into the database. Record queries can be sent to fauna.data@dbca.wa.gov.au. The custodians of this data layer are the Species and Communities Program, DBCA. Access to this dataset is regulated. The degree of access to this information is dependent on how the data will be used and also on the search area size. Detailed locational information for individual species is kept confidential unless direct conservation benefits to the species can be demonstrated. The Species and Communities Program may provide detailed data, on request. Refer to the Data search request information sheet on the Threatened species and communities web page, for further information and contact details for data searches https://www.dpaw.wa.gov.au/plants-and-animals/threatened-species-and-communities. Refer to the Threatened animals web page for the current list of WA Threatened, Specially Protected, Extinct and Priority Fauna (Threatened and Priority Fauna List), and for the Conservation codes for Western Australian fauna and flora https://www.dpaw.wa.gov.au/plants-and-animals/threatened-species-and-communities/threatened-animals. License: Creative Commons Non-Commercial (Any)(Retired) Tags: DPaW, Fauna, Priority, Surveys, Threatened, Wildlife Conservation Contact: dbca_gis@dbca.wa.gov.au

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