The federal government has opened up a new inquiry into the problem of feral and domestic cats in Australia.
A call has been put out for people to look out for weed seeds germinating and spreading into bushland after the bushfires.
Australia’s native lizards and snakes at huge risk from a slew of weeds, foxes, cats, feral deer, wolf snakes and other pest species.
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Snowy 2.0 could put native endangered fish at greater risk of extinction.
The coronavirus pandemic has shown the need to act hard and fast when new diseases emerge, the same approach has to be taken on invasive species.
Fast action to eradicate yellow crazy ants from Lismore has been recognised at this year’s Australian Biosecurity Awards.
Australian Senate inquiry told feral deer are a destructive, invasive feral pest species that are multiplying out of control.
Australia has to be ready to bounce back from the coronavirus pandemic and a jobs-rich conservation and land management program could be just the ticket.
Global efforts to limit the spread of the coronavirus are disrupting everybody’s lives but, despite the challenges, we are determined to continue with our important work.
After the bushfires predation and competition from feral pests and invasion by weeds now pose some of the biggest threats to our struggling wildlife.
Some of the biggest threats to wildlife recovering from the Australian bushfires will come from feral animals, including foxes and cats thriving in the aftermath of the fires.
We’re looking for people to seek out and snap ants, bees and wasps in their neighbourhood. For every QuestaGame find, $1 is donated to the Invasive Species Council.
Australia’s first Chief Environmental Biosecurity Officer has been in place for a year, so now is a good time to review the success of the position.