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Case study on the identification of carp spawning.
A case study on the feral deer eradication program on Kangaroo Island, South Australia.
A case study on the effects of using a wetland carp separation cage at Lake Bonney in South Australia.
This report describes and analyses data curated from a selection of community landcare and wild dog groups, through group member field interviews, recordings and photographs, across five regions of NSW and VIC during January and February 2017.
This case study tells the story of a successful community-driven landscape-scale approach to managing wild dogs in the Northern Flinders region of South Australia. Ultimately the success of Biteback will be measured in the long term. It is anticipated that over the next three to four years landholders will be able to clearly see the results of their collective efforts through reduced wild dog numbers and stock losses.
A case study on the effects of long-term, coordinated rabbit control on native plants and wildlife in the semi-arid Flinders region of South Australia.
A case study on Australia’s largest island feral goat eradication program.
Case study of fox control as part of a major conservation program aiming to protect and restore the semi-arid environment in South Australia.
A case study on experimental trials to help develop effective feral cat control on South Australia’s Kangaroo Island.
A case study demonstrating effective management of domestic and feral cats on Kangaroo Island.
This case study investigates the potential of wild dogs as a cause of abortion outbreaks in Australian dairy and beef cattle herds.