PestSmart Factsheet: Foxes in Tasmania

Foxes pose a significant threat to Tasmania’s biodiversity and agricultural sector. The potential cost of an established fox population has been estimated at over $20 million annually, with more than 70 native species, including 12 species already listed as threatened and 34 with locally restricted ranges, at risk of predation or competition.

Fact sheet covering evidence collection and analysis and the fox eradication program in Tasmania. Produced by the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre as part of the PestSmart series.

Author: Invasive Animals CRC
Year: 2012
Organisation: Invasive Animals CRC
Number of Pages: 2 pp
ISBN: PestSmart code: FXFS7
Control method: Baiting
Region: TAS
Documents: PestSmart Factsheet: Foxes in Tasmania [540kb PDF]
Links: PestSmart Toolkit: Foxes

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