Large female red-tailed boa constrictor found inside a disused shed south of Melbourne
Practical resource designed to assist Australian land managers in feral pig control
Field guide booklet focusing on poison baiting for feral pig control
This guide outlines a systematic approach for developing and evaluating content-driven communication strategies related to invasive animals
FeralFishScan is set to become a new tool for communities in the Ovens River and North East Catchment Management Authority (Victoria) for mapping pest fish
Outcomes of a series of trials to determine the efficacy of aerial baiting for wild dogs at two bait distribution rates, 10 baits per kilometre of flown transect and 40 baits per km.
National workshop to discuss advances and potential new directions in feral cat management
Efforts are still underway to locate and capture a two metre South American boa constrictor caught and inadvertently released in nearby bushland
Grain growers across Australia are getting behind the nations first-ever mouse census which is being conducted this week
The Australian Pest Animal Research Program (APARP) 2008-2012 was funded by the Australian Government and was concluded in June 2013. APARP funded research projects that developed and promoted improved management and monitoring of agricultural pest animals. Project reports are available from this page.