All of these videos and more are available on our YouTube channel.
- Pestsmart Rabbit Control Video Series - How to lay RHDV baits on your site The below video gives you information regarding the best practice techniques in how to achieve the best uptake of RHDV laced baits […]
- Video: Dogabait and Foxecute – Additional tools for pest predator management in Australia. - This video provides a short introduction to Dogabait and Foxecute (PAPP baits), presented by Chris Roach from Animal Control Technologies Australia.
- Video: Canid Pest Ejector (CPE) for fox and wild dog control - Rob Hunt is a Senior Pest Officer with the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service. In this training video, Rob describes and demonstrates the Canid Pest Ejector for wild dog […]
- Video: Wild Dog Scan app tutorial - WildDogScan is a free digital resource for landholders, the community and pest controllers to map sightings of wild dogs, their impacts, and control activities in their local area.
- Wild dog trapping in the woodlands of pastoral Queensland - Video series demonstrating methods and equipment used in wild dog trapping in and around the Toowoomba region, Queensland.
- Wild dog trapping in the northern tablelands of NSW - Video series demonstrating methods and equipment used in wild dog trapping in and around the Tenterfield region, Northern Tablelands NSW
- Baiting with a baitlayer for rabbit control - Video discussing and demonstrating a baiting program for rabbit control
- Importance of rabbit biological control to livestock producers - Cameron Allan from Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA) talks about how important the investment in rabbit biological controls has been for the livestock industry.
- Warren ripping for rabbit control - Video demonstrating warren ripping using a single tyne ripper for rabbit control.
- Rabbit management and challenges – a farmer’s perspective - Sheep producer Susan Campbell talks about the rural and peri-urban challenges associated with the impact of rabbits in Australia
- Choosing feral pig baiting sites - Video on things to consider and what to look for when choosing a site to set up a bait station for feral pigs
- MouseAlert for monitoring mouse activity - YouTube video: MouseAlert for monitoring mouse activity
- Feral cats in Australia: Part 1 – History and Population - YouTube video: Chris Dickman is a Professor in Terrestrial Ecology at the School of Biological Sciences, Sydney University. He has studied interactions between native and introduced species in the arid […]
- Feral cats in Australia - YouTube video playlist: Feral cats live, hunt and reproduce in the wild. They have the body shape, acute senses and fine coordination perfectly suited for stalking and capturing prey. These […]
- Wild dog trapping in the Rangelands - Video series demonstrating some of the methods and equipment used in wild dog trapping in the arid and semi-arid rangelands of pastoral Western Australia.
- Genetic resistance, immunity and transmission of rabbit biocontrol - Video about genetic resistance, immunity and transmission associated with rabbit biological control in Australia
- PIGOUT® baits for feral pig control - YouTube video: Steve Lapidge, former Program Leader with the Invasive Animals CRC, discusses and demonstrates the use of the PIGOUT® 1080 bait for feral pig control. Aspects such as bait […]
- Use of the HogHopper® for baiting of feral pigs - YouTube video: Jason Wishart is a Project Officer with the Invasive Animals CRC. In this video, Jason discusses and demonstrates the use of the HogHopper® bait delivery device for feral […]
- New tools for feral pig control: HOG-GONE® and sodium nitrite - YouTube video: Steve Lapidge is a former Program Leader with the Invasive Animals CRC. In this video, Steve discusses the development of the HOG-GONE® bait and sodium nitirite concentrate as […]
- Trapping for feral pig control - YouTube video: Jason Neville is a Pest Management Officer with the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service. In this video, Jason and Paul Meek (project officer with the Invasive Animals […]
- Trapping Introduced Predators for the Protection of Biodiversity and Livestock: an instructional DVD - Development of this instructional DVD for trapping introduced predators (wild dog, red fox and feral cat)
- Historical and current impacts of rabbits – a farmers perspective - David Lord discusses the historical and current impacts of rabbits on farms, how important it is to act and how rabbit biological controls have played an important role.
- Community led integrated rabbit management - Michael Reid, National Rabbit Facilitator, talks about the importance of community-led integrated rabbit management to protect productive landscapes.
- Feral pigs in Australia - YouTube video playlist: Pigs arrived in Australia with the First Fleet and today feral populations inhabit around 40% of Australia. Feral pigs cause agricultural damage through predation of newborn lambs, […]
- Carp plague Darling river catchment - YouTube video:
- Rabbit haemorrhagic disease (RHD) boost project - Video about the potential in Australia of a new strain of RHD (rabbit haemorrhagic disease) virus, otherwise known as calicivirus, to manage rabbit populations.
- Feral pigs: New approaches to managing pest animals - The video ‘Feral pigs’ runs for 12 minutes and covers the correct methods of controlling this vertebrate pest. The video offers advice for consideration before selecting your method of control.
- Modifying old wild-dog traps - This video provides a cheap and easy way to make your old wild-dog traps legal. It shows simple, easy modifications that can be made to the jaws and plates of […]
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