Deer Management Plan for Royal National Park and NPWS Reserves in the Sydney South Region

Recent research indicates that the Rusa deer population has increased to such an extent in Royal National Park that it is having significant negative impacts on native flora and fauna, especially vegetation communities currently under threat, such as littoral rainforest and coastal heathland. The management of deer to minimise negative impacts on the biodiversity values of Royal National Park and other nearby reserves is a priority management responsibility of the NPWS to ensure the ecological sustainability of these conservation areas.

Author NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service and Royal National Park Deer Working Group
Date 01/02/2002
Year 2002
Place published City
Publisher NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service and Royal
Pages 22
Notes Notes
ISBN/ISSN 07 313 6500 3
Region NSW