Milestone: WildDogScan app reaches 125,000 entries

Milestone: WildDogScan app reaches 125,000 entries


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The Centre for Invasive Species Solutions WildDogScan monitoring and management resource now contains more than 125,000 entries of wild dogs, attacks, and management actions. The free resource continues to provide a valuable tool for farmers, landholder groups, wild dog controllers and biosecurity groups across Australia. (more…)

Hop to it and snap a feral for new competition!

Hop to it and snap a feral for new competition!


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The popular Feral Photos and Video competition is back and being reignited in a major way with close to $5000 worth of prizes on offer, thanks to our competition collaborators Animal Trap Solutions, CSIRO Publishing and Outdoor Cameras Australia. (more…)

FeralScan and pest management workshops in NSW – 44 completed and counting

FeralScan and pest management workshops in NSW – 44 completed and counting


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Forty-four training sessions for communities and pest management organisations have been delivered across NSW in 2020, as part of the Centre for Invasive Species Solutions FeralScan pest animal community monitoring program. (more…)

Camera traps detecting the undetected

Camera traps detecting the undetected


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This year, the CISS funded Preparing for RESET project team, led by NSW DPI research scientist, Dr Paul Meek, expanded trail-based monitoring efforts under both this and a separate NSW Feral Cat project funded by the NSW Environmental Trust. (more…)