March 28 2017 Grain growers in Victoria and South Australia are advised to be on alert for increased mouse activity, with significant economic damage at sowing expected in some areas. […]
Update #11 Summary Mouse abundance is low across all monitoring sites (see below) (Figure 1) – Trapping, mouse chew cards and active burrows were low on all sites. Mice should […]
Update #12 Summary Mouse abundance is increasing across South Australia, Victoria and southern NSW, and remains low in all other regions (see below) (Figure 1) – We expect significant damage […]
Update #13 Summary Moderate populations of mice for this time of year were detected in NW Victoria, Northern Adelaide Plains & Yorke Peninsula (Figure 1) – potential risk of damage to crops […]
Update #14 Summary Figure 1. Current mouse abundance (Oct 2017) High populations of mice in Mallee and Wimmera, Victoria (Figure 1 – High populations of mice in Mallee and Wimmera, […]
Update #15 Summary High populations of mice in Victoria and South Australia (Figure 1) – Mice are likely to cause damage at sowing. Moderate populations of mice in Ravensthorpe and […]
Update #15 Summary Mouse numbers have declined in all areas and are now low in all areas, but there are some isolated patches of activity (Figure 1). There is a low […]
Update #17 Summary Mouse numbers are low in all areas (Figure 1) – There is a low risk of damage of crops leading up to harvest. Mice began breeding in […]
Update #10 Summary Mouse abundance is moderate/high on parts of the Darling Downs, Queensland – Significant densities of mice (~400 mice/ha) are present in sorghum stubble in the Central Downs, […]
Update #9 Summary GRDC have funded additional monitoring across the Australian grain belt until June 2017. Mouse numbers are generally low in all locations, except moderate/high activity in Yorke Peninsula (SA) and […]
Report on a project that aimed to develop improved monitoring and surveillance of trends in mouse populations.
An update on mouse populations across the grain-belt of Australia for November 2015
An update on mouse populations across the grain-belt of Australia for August 2015
A selection of winners and entries from the 2014 Feral Photos photography competition.
Farmers and advisers throughout Australia’s grain-growing regions are being asked to get involved in the nation’s first-ever mouse census by assessing mouse activity on their farms.
Project to assess the oral uptake of a range of doses of VCD by wild house mice
Grain growers across Australia are getting behind the nations first-ever mouse census which is being conducted this week
Update on results from Mouse Census Week, April 2015
YouTube video: MouseAlert for monitoring mouse activity
An update on mouse populations across the grain-belt of Australia for April 2015