Feral Cat (felis catus)

Feral cats are a serious treat to biodiversity conservation in Australia. Predation by feral cats is appropriately listed as a key threatening process under the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act. Feral cats occur across the Northern Territory and occupy all available habitats.

Author Northern Territory Government
Date null
Year 2007
Institution Natural Resources, Environment and The Arts
Pages 1
Notes Notes
Region NT
Links https://www.nt.gov.au/nreta/wildlife/animals/exotic/cat.html