Feral Animal Management
Vertebrate pest animals include introduced species, commonly referred to as feral animals, which have become widespread in many regions of Australia.
Feral animal populations have resulted in significant negative impacts on our biodiversity, agriculture, natural environment and public health including:
Our Key Services
Our feral animal management capabilities include:
Our focus is on delivering practical results for land holders and land managers in the long term. We combine our significant scientific expertise, knowledge of vertebrate pest ecology and feral animal behaviour and extensive experience implementing feral animal management programs in the field to develop effective management programs.
We work closely with clients to identify their desired outcomes and take care to understand the actual problem. We build feral animal management programs tailored to the unique needs of the client, location, target species and seasonality.
Our programs are underpinned by quality data collection and scientific analysis and evaluation. The data is collected in our baseline field assessments using scientific survey and monitoring methods such as aerial/ground surveying, ageing data and sighting rates, DNA and tissue sampling, and radio/satellite tracking techniques.
Our best practice management techniques are always carried out within the Model Code of Practice for Humane Control of Feral Animals, associated Standard Operating Procedures and relevant legislation.
Key Resources Delivered
wildlife MANAGEMENT services
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