Bio-economic evaluations of management strategies for pest birds: maximising efficiency to reduce impacts to agriculture

Lead researcher: John Tracey, NSW Department of Primary Industries, john.tracey@dpi.nsw.gov.au

This project provides an evaluation of pest bird management strategies using case studies and information collected in the Orange Region NSW and Harcourt Region Victoria.

Project Aims and Objectives

  • An evaluation of the costs and benefits of pest bird management strategies.
  • Development of efficient sustainable best practice management strategies for birds.
  • Through participatory learning and education, ensure adoption of modified strategies by pest bird managers.

This project was funded under the Australian Pest Animal Research Program (APARP).
For more APARP projects, visit: www.pestsmart.org.au/australian-pest-animal-research-program/

Author Australian Pest Animal Research Program (APARP)
Secondary Author John Tracey
Year 2010
Volume 2008-09
Institution NSW Department of Primary Industries, Invasive Animals CRC
Region NSW
Documents

Download project report: Bio-economic evaluations of management strategies for pest birds [ 500kb PDF ]

Links

 Australian Pest Animal Research Program (APARP)