The Invasive Species Council welcomes the Victorian Supreme Court’s decision to protect the Alpine National Park from growing horse impacts but is concerned the possibility of further legal action will delay the inevitable.
Those opposed to action on Victoria’s feral horse problem are back in court today, a last ditch effort to delay the inevitable.
Resignation of top scientists puts spotlight on refusal to take scientific advice about the environmental disaster that will unfold as a result of Snowy 2.0.
The dumping of a proposed import levy is a huge setback for Australia’s biosecurity system.
Parks Victoria will fully reinstate its feral horse control efforts to help limit escalating horse damage in the bushfire affected Australian Alps after success in a federal court case.
The Tasmanian government must develop a comprehensive feral deer management strategy that reduces the destructive impacts of deer and protects the environment and farmers.
Our joint report with Monash University reveals environmentally destructive ants, bees and wasps could be hitching a ride into Australia on an international bug superhighway.
A post-bushfire plan to remove feral horses from three areas in Kosciuszko National Park is an important step towards recovery.
Wildlife recovery efforts from the recent bushfires will be hampered if the NSW government fails to deal with environmentally destructive feral horses.
New aerial footage and eyewitness accounts from iconic Kosciuszko National Park reveals horrific fire damage and the survival of huge numbers of feral horses now pushing threatened species closer to extinction,
Volunteer firefighter and wildlife carer calls for all-out attack on feral animals in fire zones scorched by this summer’s catastrophic bushfires.
Efforts to save Australian wildlife from the impacts of catastrophic bushfires will fail unless the control of foxes, feral cats, horses and deer are a major part of wildlife disaster recovery plans, the Invasive Species Council warned today.
The failure to control exploding numbers of feral horses in Kosciuszko National Park raises serious animal welfare issues as the park comes under threat from bushfire.
This year’s national Froggatt Awards, which are named in honour of the man who warned Australia of the dangers of releasing the cane toad into the country, have been announced.
Local land owners are having a real impact in the fight against feral animals and weeds as part of a pioneering scheme run by Queensland’s Southern Downs Regional Council.