Many people are unaware that the poison 1080 (also called sodium fluoroacetate) is the most environmentally sensitive and target-specific poison available to protect Australia’s vulnerable wildlife and ecosystems from feral animals, because it occurs naturally in over 30 species of Australian native plants.
A special feature on ABCs Landline Program highlighted the current state of play in some areas of Australia regarding wild dogs and control measures. WATCH THE SEGMENT One of the goals for the National […]
The National Wild Dog Action Plan (NWDAP) welcomes the recent announcement of a joint Australian-Queensland Government offer of more than $5.2 million to assist landholders in Central Western Queensland to […]
Wild dog impacts are felt in all regions of Australia, both regional and urban. Local authorities throughout Australia have consistently identified the need to improve our understanding of wild dog ecology and develop control […]