Foxes caught on North Stradbroke Island, Qld, using padded foot traps with a GPS alarm system for instant notification. Another fox was also seen along a trail leading to the next beach and a third on the beach whilst checking traps. As well as inland trapping on the island, trapping is also carried out along the foreshore where foxes and feral cats very regularly dig up Turtle nests and pick off migratory sea birds sheltering of an evening. Images courtesy Michael Dickinson, 2009.
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|Secondary Author||Michael Dickinson|
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|Institution||Australian Wildlife & Feral Management|