National Feral Animal Control Programme (NFACP)

The National Feral Animal Control Programme (NFACP) has been established under the Australian Government’s Natural Heritage Trust to develop and implement, in cooperation with State, Territory and Local Governments, a program to reduce the damage to agriculture caused by pest animals. The main objectives of the NFACP are:

– to develop integrated, strategic approaches to manage the impacts of nationally significant pest animals;

– to improve the effectiveness of control techniques and strategies for reducing pest animal impact; and

– to produce guidelines for the management of nationally significant pest animals.

Author Bureau of Rural Sciences
Date null
Publisher Australian Government
Department Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry
Notes Notes
Region Australia - national
Links https://www.daffa.gov.au/brs/land/feral-animals/nfacp