Tag Archives: Western Australia

Wild deer density 2007 – Western Australia

Map shows the density of wild deer (Cervus spp.) in Western Australia, 2007. Compiled by the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre and the National Land and Water Resources Audit, in collaboration with the Australian, State and Territory governments. Click on the thumbnail image below to open the full map file.

Wild dog/dingo fence WA

Images of the Wild dog/dingo fence in Western Australia. Images supplied by NSW DPI. These image files may be freely downloaded and used without permission of the copyright holder for educational purposes only. If the image file is to be used for any other purpose other than educational use (including commercial purposes), permission must be […]

Breeding Ecology of the Western Long-billed Corella, Cacatua pastinator pastinator

The breeding ecology of a small population of the western long-billed corella, Cacatua p. pastinator, was investigated for 6 years in the central wheatbelt of Western Australia. Pair-bonds tended to be long-lasting; however, the divorce rate for birds breeding for the first time was 25% with an overall rate of 15%. Females formed stable pair-bonds […]

Distribution and abundance of pest animals in Western Australia : a survey of institutional knowledge

Data on the distribution and abundance of selected pest animals were obtained for the state of Western Australia. We used institutional knowledge from the Department of Agriculture (DAWA) and the Department of Conservation and Land Management (CALM) to acquire this important information. A two-part survey process was used to capture knowledge in 104 face-to-face interviews. […]

Making the most of Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease

Rabbit haemorrhagic disease RHD, but also known as Rabbit Calicivirus Disease RCD has been spectacular in reducing rabbit populations in the Australian rangeland regions but has been less effective in cooler regions. Discusses how RHD works, how RHD operated in Australia, how to improve the impact of RHD through complimentary control methods and information on […]