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Planning Guide for Fox Management in Australia

The Planning Guide for Fox Management in Australia has been produced by the Centre for Invasive Species Solutions for land managers, community group, pest control professional, and biosecurity organisations. – 2023

European fox

Quoll Identification Software Toolkit

Identification of individual quolls from camera trap images – the Quoll Identification Toolkit (QIT) software provides a semi-automated toolkit to facilitate the identification of individual quolls from camera trap image sequences.

App biodiversity Community action environmental impacts monitoring risk assessment tools

Humaneness assessment worksheet: Ground shooting of foxes

The assessment worksheets used by the Humaneness Assessment Panel to create the Humaneness matrices for pest animal management techniques – 2009

animal welfare

Humaneness assessment worksheet: Trapping of foxes using padded-jaw trapsfollowed by killing

The assessment worksheets used by the Humaneness Assessment Panel to create the Humaneness matrices for pest animal management techniques – 2009

animal welfare

Humaneness assessment worksheet: Poisoning of foxes with FOXECUTE® paraaminopropiophenone(PAPP) baits

The assessment worksheets used by the Humaneness Assessment Panel to create the Humaneness matrices for pest animal management techniques – 2016

animal welfare

Humaneness assessment worksheet: Baiting of foxes with 1080

The assessment worksheets used by the Humaneness Assessment Panel to create the Humaneness matrices for pest animal management techniques – 2009

animal welfare

Humaneness assessment worksheet: Cage trapping of foxes followed by shooting

The assessment worksheets used by the Humaneness Assessment Panel to create the Humaneness matrices for pest animal management techniques – 2009

animal welfare

Humaneness assessment worksheet: Fumigation of fox dens with carbonmonoxide (CO)

The assessment worksheets used by the Humaneness Assessment Panel to create the Humaneness matrices for pest animal management techniques – 2009

animal welfare

Guidelines for feral animal control on organic properties

These guidelines provide to guide to an operator through the process required by certifying organisations to receive permission to use a non-permitted substance, in this case sodium fluoroacetate (1080) under limited circumstances on a property for the purpose of controlling feral animal species. This publication was authored by Greg Mifsud, the National Wild Dog Management Coordinator and funded through the National Wild Dog Action Plan is supported by the Australian Government Department of Agriculture, State/Territory Governments, Industry Peak Bodies, Individual Producer Champions and related Research Organisations. – 2018

1080

Vertebrate Pests Committee Review of Wild Dog and Fox Programs

Vertebrate Pests Committee Review – 2003

programs review

Evaluation of the 2002/03 Victorian Fox Bounty Trial

Report by Fairbridge, D. and Marks C. – 2005

bounty evaluation

Proceedings of a workshop on remote monitoring of wild canids and felids

Hosted by the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre. Report by Peter Fleming and David Jenkins – 2007

impact monitor

A Review of 30 years of Canid Attractant Research

Report by Steven J Lapidge for Pestat Limited – 2004

baiting mange

Understanding the drivers and barriers towards the adoption of innovative canid control technologies: a review

A report by Southwell D, McCowen S, Mewett O and Hennecke B prepared for the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre. – 2011

canids report review

Monitoring Techniques for Vertebrate Pests: Foxes

Report for NSW Department of Primary Industries by Bruce Mitchell and Suzanne Balogh – 2007

control impact monitor

Improved Implementation of Regional Fox Management Programs

Report for Department of Agriculture, fisheries and forestry by Lynette McLeod and Glen Saunders – 2010

control impact manage

The impact of sheep predators in Australia and new control methods under development

Produced by Steve Lapidge, Pest Animal Control Cooperative Research Centre

manage monitor

Improved implementation of regional fox Management programs

Final report to the Bureau of Rural Sciences by Lynette McLeod and Glen Saunders – 2010

manage monitor

Effect of a synthetic lure on site visitation and baituptake by foxes(Vulpes vulpes) and wild dogs (Canis lupis dingo/Canis lupisfamiliaris).

Proceedings of the third NSW Pest Animal Control Conference July 2005. R. Hunt, D. Dall, & S. Lapidge – 2005

baiting monitor

Effect of a synthetic lure on site visitation and bait uptake by foxes (Vulpes vulpes) and wild dogs (Canis lupis dingo/Canis lupisfamiliaris).

Report by Rob Hunt, NSW Nationl Parks and Wildlife Service – 2004

baiting monitor

Foxes in Tasmania: a Report on an Incursion of an Invasive Species.

Report to Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre by Saunders, G., Lane, C., Harris, S., and Dickman, C – 2006

control impact risk

Managing Vertebrate Pests: Foxes

Bureau of Resource Sciences by Glen Saunders, Brian Coman, Jack Kinnear and Mike Braysher – 1995

control manage

Import Risk Analysis of Fox Entry Pathways into Tasmania

Report to Department of Primary Industries and Water Tasmania Prepared by Dr Darren Phillips – 2008

control manage risk

The Fox: Australia’s number one predator

Fact sheet produced by Pest Animal Control CRC (PAC CRC)

control impact manage

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