A new report warns urgent federal and state government funding is needed to stop the spread of invasive, acid-spraying yellow crazy ants in Townsville.
This document provides a status report on invasive yellow crazy ant infestations in the Townsville area and options for their management. It arose from a roundtable meeting held in Townsville in November 2019.
The discovery of yellow crazy ant clusters less than 20km from Townsville has alarmed the local taskforce battling these invasive ants.
Keeping a lid on the spread of yellow crazy ants in Nome near Townsville is vital work that needs the help of the local community.
Australia’s native lizards and snakes at huge risk from a slew of weeds, foxes, cats, feral deer, wolf snakes and other pest species.
We are working in partnership with the Lord Howe Island Board to promote rat eradication.