Demonstrations of effective ways of combating rabbits would not only enable land managers to be better prepared to handle problems in the mallee but would also provide advance information for managers in adjoining areas where rabbits could increase in the future.
1. The effect of rabbit population density on transmission of rabbit haemorrhagic disease virus (RHDV) is a critical aspect of disease ecology for rabbit control and rabbit conservation. We examined […]
Over 400 landholders on central and western Eyre Peninsula, South Australia, are involved in the West Coast Integrated Pest Management Program, a Natural Heritage Trust-funded program which is managed by […]
Rabbits are pests in many areas of New Zealand because they have a negative impact on agricultural production and conservation values. The production impact is predominantly on pastoral enterprises where […]
Studies commenced in 2001 to determine whether conventional rabbit control programs affected the subsequent impact of rabbit haemorrhagic disease (RHD). Eight sites were chosen in semi-arid and moist temperate areas. […]