What’s for dinner?

Did you know dingoes and wild dogs eat 39 ‘Red Listed’ species on the International Union for Conservation of Nature’s List of Threatened Species? That’s 11 more than feral cats. […]

New face of Queensland’s central west

Meet Michael. Michael Schrag is AgForce’s newest Wild Dog Coordinator, dedicated to working with the rural communities in Queensland’s central west. As a Blackall local and an accomplished stockperson, fencing […]

AMRRIC – create cat education resources

Animal Management in Rural and Remote Indigenous Communities (AMRRIC) helps to facilitate veterinary and animal education programs in communities across Australia. Over the past 18 months they have seen a […]

Australian Pest Animal Research Program (APARP)

The Australian Pest Animal Research Program (APARP) 2008-2012 was funded by the Australian Government and was concluded in June 2013. APARP funded research projects that developed and promoted improved management and monitoring of agricultural pest animals. Project reports are available from this page.

Ferals and the food chain

Thanks to Lisa Blake from Natural Resources Adelaide and Mt Lofty Ranges for submitting this blog Have you heard the one about how a pretty pest plant led to the […]