What is PAPP and how does it work?
A case study on experimental trials to help develop effective feral cat control on South Australia’s Kangaroo Island
A case study demonstrating effective management of domestic and feral cats on Kangaroo Island
Automated recognition and messaging system for wild dog management
Case study on the current attempt to eradicate foxes from Phillip Island off the Victorian coast
Information on where wild dogs live, where and how they move
Frequently asked questions about the impacts of wild dogs
Frequently asked questions about poison baiting for wild dog control
Provides information on safety and first aid for working dogs in case of poisoning by 1080 or PAPP, or leg injury due to traps.
What’s the difference between a Dingo and a wild dog? What time of year do wild dogs mate? What do they eat?
Poison baiting is currently the most effective broad-scale method of fox control. Toxins used against foxes in Australia must be registered with the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA). […]
A case study to evaluate the impacts and management of feral pigs in the Daintree, Wet Tropics World Heritage Area
Case study of the effectiveness of the new feral pig bait HOGGONE® during national product registration trails in Goondiwindi, southwest Qld
Aerial shooting Aerial shooting from helicopters is useful for rapid population reduction in large, inaccessible areas. Where pig densities are high, aerial shooting can kill many pigs at a time, […]
Introduction Trapping is one of the most common techniques used to control feral pigs in Australia. In the Wet Tropics of Queensland, where non-target native species are abundant, trapping is […]
Introduction Poison baiting is one of the most economical and effective ways to control feral pigs on a broad scale. Aerial baiting can be more practical in hard to access […]
Feral cats live, hunt and reproduce in the wild. They are the same species as domestic cats but differ in how and where they live. Feral cats have the body shape, acute senses and fine coordination perfectly suited for stalking and capturing prey.
Factsheet on the common (Indian) myna in Australia
Case study on the impacts of common mynas on other bird species and the effectiveness of community trapping in Canberra.
Common or Indian mynas (Acridotheres tristis or Sturnus tristis) are native to India and southern Asia. They are popular birds in their source countries as crop pest control agents and […]