This report provides the results of and recommendations arising from research examining the information needs of regional-level natural resource management (NRM) managers and pest animal controllers. Further, it explores the […]
The aim of these guidelines is not to assist in forming decisions about management strategies or prioritising wetland management objectives for incorporation into a wetland management plan, but to ensure […]
Controlling feral animals such as rabbits, goats and camels could provide a cost-effective contribution to Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions targets while also generating important benefits for agricultural productivity, regional communities and the environment.
There are three alternative actions when facing alien species: limiting the population to levels within which damage is tolerable, eliminating the species, or doing nothing. This report provides information about […]
Many methods are currently used in sustaining control of possum population. The effectiveness of these methods is likely to depend on: habitat; season; climate; topography and size of the ecosystem; […]
Feral goats are the major source of Australian-produced goat meat and associated by-products. Commercial harvesting is also the main method of controlling Australia’s feral goat populations. A qualitative survey of […]
Invasive cane toads Bufo marinus are spreading rapidly across northern Australia, raising serious public and scientific concerns for the long-term persistence of many potentially vulnerable wildlife populations. A number of […]
This project incorporated an economics model into the existing MOUSER decision support system based on results from previous and current BRS-supported mouse management demonstration projects. The DSS will help government […]