National mapping of the abundance of established, new and emerging pest animals to improve decision-making and the assessment of government investment programs. Stage 2: Introduced Pest Birds

Final Report to the Australian Bureau Of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences by Peter West – 2011

National mapping of the abundance of established, new and emerging pest animals to improve decision-making and the assessment of government investment programs. Stage 1: Pest Animals

Final Report to the Australian Bureau Of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences by Peter West – 2011

Public attitudes to current and proposed forms of pest animal control

Published by: Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre. Gerard Fitzgerald – 2009

The Feral Pig in Australia

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

Management of freshwater fish incursions a review

Report for Invasive Animals CRC by Renae Ayres and Pam Clunie – 2010

Peri-urban wild dogs in north-eastern Australia. Ecology, Impacts and Management

Report for Invasive Animals CRC by Matthew Gentle, Benjamin L. Allen, and James Speed – 2017

Pesticides used in the Management of Vertebrate Pests in Australia: A Review

Published by the NSW Department of Primary Industries by Lynette McLeod and Glen Saunders – 2013

Towards a national emergency response system for freshwater fish incursions

Report for Invasive Animals CRC by Renae Ayres and Pam Clunie – 2010

Community on-ground cane toad control in the Kimberley

A review conducted for the Hon. David Templeman MP Minister for the Environment, Climate Change and Peel By Prof. Tony Peacock CEO Invasive Animals CRC – 2007

Effectiveness of carp removal techniques: options for local governments and community groups

Report by Andrew Norris, Michael Hutchison, Keith Chilcott and Danielle Stewart prepared for the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre, Freshwater Program.
– 2014

Effective supervision of a wild dog trapping Effective supervision of a wild dog trapping program

A presentation Bill Morris, NSW Dept of Environment and Conservation, given to the NSW Vertebrate Pest Conference – 2008

The potential for biological control of feral cats in Australia

A technical report by Elizabeth Moodie funded by the Australian Nature Conservation Agency – 1995

Monitoring Techniques for Vertebrate Pests: Rabbits

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

Monitoring Techniques for Vertebrate Pests: Feral Pig

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

Monitoring Techniques for Vertebrate Pests: Mice

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

Monitoring Techniques for Vertebrate Pests: Feral Goats

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

Monitoring Techniques for Vertebrate Pests: Wild Dogs

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

Monitoring Techniques for Vertebrate Pests: Foxes

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

Monitoring Techniques for Vertebrate Pests: Feral Cats

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

Cyprinid herpesvirus 3 (CyHV-3):its potential as a biological control agent for carp in Australia

Published by Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre by Kenneth a McColl and Mark St J Crane – 2013

Improved Implementation of Regional Fox Management Programs

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

A Ranger’s Handbook: Data Management. Managing Feral Pigs for Biodiversity Conservation in Cape York

Produced by Balkanu, Cape York Devleopment Corporation

A Ranger’s Handbook: Monitoring Feral Animal Populations. Managing Feral Pigs for Biodiversity Conservation in Cape York

Produced by Balkanu, Cape York Devleopment Corporation

A Ranger’s Handbook: Marine Turtle Monitoring. Managing Feral Pigs for Biodiversity Conservation in Cape York

Produced by Balkanu, Cape York Devleopment Corporation