Documenting wild dog activity

The Centre for Invasive Species Solutions has launched a new podcast series talking feral animal and weeds innovation. The series, called Towards a Feral Free Future, is hosted by former ABC Landline journalist Prue Adams.

In this episode, Peter West outlines Australia’s largest community led pest animal monitoring and management program, FeralScan.

Taking the upper hand

The Centre for Invasive Species Solutions has launched a new podcast series talking feral animal and weeds innovation. The series, called Towards a Feral Free Future, is hosted by former ABC Landline journalist Prue Adams.

In this episode, livestock producers take the upper hand with strategic action on wild dogs. Guest speakers are Greg Mifsud, National Wild Dog Management Coordinator, Centre for Invasive Species Solutions; Dr Peter Fleming, Research Leader, Predator and Prey Management, NSW DPI, and Dr Tracey Kreplins, Research Scientist, Invasive Species, WA DPIRD.

A Plan for Predators

Wild dogs are relentless; they decimate livestock, destroy wildlife, damage regional economies and spread diseases. How do you manage this problem? With a plan, a National Wild Dog Action Plan (NWDAP).

Hear from industry about what the NWDAP is, why it evolved, and how it helps restore communities, livestock and native animal populations across Australia.

This podcast forms part of Australian Wool Innovations’ “The Yarn” podcast series by Australian Wool Innovation.

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