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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.
Australia’s new ten-year biodiversity strategy is a huge disappointment for invasive species and for biodiversity in general.
Feral futures 2051 is the theme of the next Australasian Vertebrate Pest Conference, which is being held in Melbourne 4-7 May 2020.
Don’t miss this chance to meet Australia’s first ever Chief Environmental Biosecurity Officer, Ian Thompson, at this special event in Melbourne.
We’ve teamed up with QuestaGame to launch a month-long ‘BonANTza’ eco-hunt in the Cairns region with great prizes to be won.
The Australian government has drawn up a hit list of overseas environmental invaders we need to keep out of the country.
Could a single, desexed cat wipe out an entire colony of breeding fairy terns?
Delegates from Australia, New Zealand, the US, Canada and Mexico made first ever biosecurity symposium a smashing success.
The Victorian government has an opportunity to make huge inroads into the impacts of feral cats, but it can only do so if changes are made to the regulations governing the use of traps in that state.
Are you up for a challenging but rewarding volunteer position on Australia’s incredible Lord Howe Island?
Could Australia’s recycling crisis be solved by replacing wooden pallets with plastic pallets? At the same time reducing the risk of dangerous new insects sneaking past biosecurity borders hidden in wooden pallets?