In order to inform property management planning for Bulloo Downs station, southwestern  Queensland, a survey to identify habitat and hotspots for Grey Grasswren Amytornis barbatus barbatus was conducted in the Bulloo Lakes wetland system during 7-1 1 October 2013...
Fish Survey of Nebine Creek through the Murra Murra and Bendee Downs Properties
A National Rangelands Project brochure on the grazing habits of animals.
A report by P.G. Allsopp on the seasonal history, hosts and natural enemies of Monistria Discrepans in Southwest Queensland.
The proceedings from a seminar held in Nambour, Queensland, on Wednesday the 18th of May 1994, on the topic of how best to control and manage the impact of birds and bats upon horticulture and aquaculture.
This booklet was produced by the Threatened Species Network, a community-based program of the Commonwealth Government's Natural Heritage Trust and WWF Australia. The author and editors would like to thank the Southern Brigalow Belt Reptile Recovery Team, and in particular the...
The Murray-Darling Basin Commission (MDBC) Native Fish Management Strategy (NFS) aims to increase the abundance and diversity of native fish across the basin to 60% of pre-European levels in the next 50 years (MDBC 2003). It is hoped this will be achieved by: 1. Rehabilitating...
We investigated the impact of pastoral management on birds in subtropical grassy eucalypt woodland in southeastern Queensland, Australia, where the patterns of land management have made it possible to disentangle the effects of livestock grazing from those of tree clearing. We...
Australia's insect fauna comprises a very large component of its biodiversity, and one that remains a largely unknown and untapped resource. Estimates of global and Australian insect species richness are reviewed, and Australia's insect biodiversity is placed in its...
Three methods of assessing relative abundance of wild canids were evaluated on a population of dingoes, Canis lupus dingo (Corbett), on a cattle station in south-westem Queensland. The tested indices relied on measurements of activity based on spoor. Two of the techniques...
This paper provides information on the ecological basis of wildlife use and associated economic and social considerations and represents an essential background text for scientists, policy makers and wildlife managers.
Sustainable use of wildlife has become equated with exploitation of animal products (meat, skin or feathers) and/or removal of wild progenitors into the pet trade. This consumption of the wildlife is therefore largely ex situ and so removes nutrients and energy from the...

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