Wild dogs are a significant pest animal in Australia. They are widespread in Queensland, the Northern Territory and much of Western Australia and South Australia, as well as being present in parts of New South Wales and Victoria. Wild dogs are known to have a...
The sheep industry in central western Queensland is at a crossroad at the moment, the industry is shrinking throughout the region while Australia wide economic conditions and sheep indicate the possibility and reality of industry growth. Wild dog predation is seen by...
Wild dogs are a significant pest animal in Australia. They are widespread in Queensland, the Northern Territory and much of Western Australia and South Australia, as well as being present in parts of New South Wales and Victoria. Wild dogs are known to have a significant...
Incursions of exotic (non-native) species in the wild create the risk of new pest populations establishing and significantly impacting our environment, economy and/or society. Preventing new pests from entering the wild and establishing is far more cost effective than attempting...
This factsheet is for general information purposes and is not legal advice. Important legal details have been omitted to provide a brief overview of this area of the law. If you require legal advice relating to your particular circumstances you should contact the EDO or your...
The impacts of introduced predators including wild dogs, the European Red Fox and the feral cat cost the Australian community in excess of 60 million dollars annually through stock losses and control programmes. These figures however don’t take into account the emotional...
This project was undertaken to identify priority exotic pest animals and weeds in the South West NRM Ltd region in order to guide future pest planning and investment.
This Act is reprinted as at 31 December 2004. The reprint shows the law as amended by all amendments that commenced on or before that day (Reprints Act 1992 s 5(c)). The reprint includes a reference to the law by which each amendment was made"
A report by J.S.F. Barker, W.T. Starmer, and D.C. Vacek submitted to Microbial Ecology volume 14 in 1987.
The Australian rangelands contain extensive and often dense populations of a wide variety of weed species. An array of techniques is available for effectively controlling many of these. To achieve long-term weed control, weeds should be targeted objectively and the dependence on...
A 2007 information pamphlet by BioSecurity Queensland.
The hypothesis that carnivores can significantly suppress prey populations after they collapse during drought was tested by predator-removal experiments. Low populations of rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus) responded with significantly accelerated growth where foxes (Vulpes vulpes...

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