Biology & ecology Wild European rabbits typically have grey-brown back fur and a white-grey belly. Colour varies from sandy light brown, to ginger, black, and occasionally, white. Rabbits are characterised […]
EUROPEAN RABBITS (Oryctolagus cuniculus) are a severe continental-scale threat to Australia’s globally important biodiversity and agriculture. The extreme sensitivity of many native plant species to rabbit damage – as few […]
The NSW Natural Resources Commission urges a need for continued innovation of pest animal management in Australia and supports the proposed successor to the Invasive Animals CRC, the Centre for Invasive Species Solutions, to maintain this national momentum.
Landholders, farmers, community groups, councils and everyone across the country has been invited to express their interest to participate in the final stages of the research to support the release of K5.
IA CRC phD student Aleona Swegen recently spent six weeks at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute in Washington DC, working with expert researchers who are focused on preserving fertility in rare and endangered species.