Winner of NT Landcare Award
FRIENDS OF FOGG DAM INC. was awarded the QANTAS INNOVATIVE LANDCARE COMMUNITY GROUP AWARD for the Northern Territory on 6 November 2013.
Children's book "Fogg Dam - How Scientists See Nature"
Children's book "Fogg Dam - How Scientists See Nature" by Ligia Pizzatto and Ruchira Somaweera with illustrations by Gisela Pizzatto, published by the University of Sydney School of Biological Sciences.
Soundscapes of Fogg Dam
Marc Anderson has recorded the dawn chorus and morning birdsong in the monsoon forest at Fogg Dam.   These can be purchased online.

  We welcome you to our website and urge you to read through our news articles and forums for a better understanding of our organisation and goals.

Friends of Fogg Dam Inc. are a group of people who share the following.
VISION: To put Fogg Dam on the map and in the hearts and minds of people.
To promote, protect and enhance the ecological, cultural and aesthetic values of Fogg Dam and assist visitors to enjoy, understand and appreciate this unique place.
1.    protect and enhance the environment and biodiversity of the Reserve
2.    provide information about the natural environment and wetlands
3.    encourage and facilitate improvements in visitor management
4.    support the protection of historic and cultural information
5.    encourage community engagement including input into Parks and Wildlife Management Plan.

Fogg Dam is located in an 'Important Bird Area' (IBA)

The Adelaide & Mary River Floodplains are an Important Bird Area (IBA) in Australia.  Fogg Dam is in the Adelaide River floodplain.

The Important Bird Areas (IBA) program is an international non-governmental conservation scheme lead by BirdLife International Partners such as Birds Australia.

IBAs are sites of international importance for bird conservation.  They are small enough to be practical targets for conservation management but large enough to meet the global IBA criteria.

The Australian IBA program is to help protect a network of sites critical for the conservation of Australia's birds by:

  • promoting IBAs as a tool for biodiversity conservation planning

  • encouraging government to prioritise conservation at IBAs (e.g. in grant-giving schemes)

  • encouraging and facilitating local community-based groups and land-owners to manage land sustainably and conserve key bird species

 Birds Australia     

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News Updates

New Website

A new website is being developed and will be launched soon.    
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President's Report 2013

President's Report for Friends of Fogg Dam 2013
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President's Report 2012

President's Report Friends of Fogg Dam 2012.
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Latest Events

Next Working Bee

NEXT WORKING BEE:  Sunday 25th MayTIME:     9am to 12md   or whenever you can fit in this timeframe PLACE TO MEET:    At the Rotunda.  A...
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Next Meeting

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