A new strategy for Tasmania’s out-of-control feral deer herd sets ambitious target of bringing population down to 10,000 by 2032.
A review of Victoria’s Wildlife Act is a chance to move on from the past by managing feral deer as a pest.
A decision to ban the use of 1080 puts Blue Mountains wildlife at the mercy of predatory foxes.
Removing deer and other feral animals from some of the state’s most popular national parks is a critical step in helping nature recover from the 2019-20 bushfires.
This report applies an economic lens to the impacts growing numbers of feral horses in Kosciuszko National Park are having on the NSW economy.
A count of horse numbers in Kosciuszko National Park after the 2020-21 bushfires confirms the urgent need to reduce numbers to protect the park.
Victoria’s new deer control strategy is an important policy reset, but fails to deliver much-needed on-ground control of surging feral deer populations.
Our report into the ethical considerations of using 1080 to control feral animals finds conservation benefits necessitate its use until an alternative is available.