Fogg Dam Conservation Reserve
|Fogg Dam Conservation Reserve
IUCN category V (protected landscape/seascape)
Fogg Dam during the Build-Up
|Nearest town or city||Middle Point|
|Established||13 August 1982|
|Area||3,708 hectares (9,163 acres)|
|See also||Protected areas of the Northern Territory|
The Fogg Dam Conservation Reserve is a wetland area approximately 70 km (43 mi) east of Darwin in the Northern Territory of Australia. It lies within the Adelaide and Mary River Floodplains, which is an Important Bird Area. It attracts a wide range of local and migratory water birds and other wildlife including one of the largest populations of snakes within Australia (including the Water Python and Death Adder), and includes a raised observation platform. Saltwater Crocodiles move into the Fogg Dam area during the wet season when the reserve is inaccessible by people, although by the time the dry season arrives usually only a few crocodiles remain in the wetlands, as they prefer the rivers and billabongs.
- "Place Names Register Extract". Northern Territory Land Information System. Northern Territory Government. Retrieved 3 June 2011.
- "Terrestrial Protected Areas by Reserve Type in the Northern Territory (2012)". Department of Environment. 2012. Retrieved 10 April 2015.
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