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Starling density 2007 – Western Australia

Map shows the density of the starling (Sturnus vulgaris) in Western Australia, 2007. Compiled by the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre and the National Land and Water Resources Audit, in collaboration with the Australian, State and Territory governments. Click on the thumbnail image below to open the full map file.

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Image
Year
2007
Author
IA CRC & NLWRA

Wild dog density 2007 – Western Australia

Map shows the density of wild dogs (Canis lupus) in Western Australia, 2007. Compiled by the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre and the National Land and Water Resources Audit, in collaboration with the Australian, State and Territory governments. Click on the thumbnail image below to open the full map file.

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Image
Year
2007
Author
IA CRC & NLWRA

Fox density 2007 – Western Australia

Map shows the density of the European red fox (Vulpes vulpes) in Western Australia, 2007. Compiled by the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre and the National Land and Water Resources Audit, in collaboration with the Australian, State and Territory governments. Click on the thumbnail image below to open the full map file.

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Image
Year
2007
Author
IA CRC & NLWRA

Feral goat density 2007 – Western Australia

Map shows the density of the feral goat (Capra hircus) in Western Australia, 2007. Compiled by the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre and the National Land and Water Resources Audit, in collaboration with the Australian, State and Territory governments. Click on the thumbnail image below to open the full map file.

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Image
Year
2007
Author
IA CRC & NLWRA

Rabbit density 2007 – Western Australia

Map shows the density of the European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) in Western Australia, 2007. Compiled by the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre and the National Land and Water Resources Audit, in collaboration with the Australian, State and Territory governments. Click on the thumbnail image below to open the full map file.

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Image
Year
2007
Author
IA CRC & NLWRA

Wild deer density 2007 – Western Australia

Map shows the density of wild deer (Cervus spp.) in Western Australia, 2007. Compiled by the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre and the National Land and Water Resources Audit, in collaboration with the Australian, State and Territory governments. Click on the thumbnail image below to open the full map file.

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Image
Year
2007
Author
IA CRC & NLWRA

Cane toad density 2007 – Western Australian

Map shows the density of the cane toad (Bufo marinus) in Western Australia, 2007. Compiled by the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre and the National Land and Water Resources Audit, in collaboration with the Australian, State and Territory governments. Click on the thumbnail image below to open the full map file.

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Image
Year
2007
Author
IA CRC & NLWRA

Carp density 2007 – Western Australia

Map shows the density of European carp (Cyprinus carpio) in Western Australia, 2007. Compiled by the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre and the National Land and Water Resources Audit, in collaboration with the Australian, State and Territory governments. Click on the thumbnail image below to open the full map file.

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Image
Year
2007
Author
IA CRC & NLWRA

Feral cat density 2007 – Western Australia

Map shows the density of the feral cat (Felis catus) in Western Australia, 2007. Compiled by the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre and the National Land and Water Resources Audit, in collaboration with the Australian, State and Territory governments. Click on the thumbnail image below to open the full map file.

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Image
Year
2007
Author
IA CRC & NLWRA

Feral pig density 2007 – Western Australia

Map shows the density of the feral pig (Sus scrofa) in Western Australia, 2007. Compiled by the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre and the National Land and Water Resources Audit, in collaboration with the Australian, State and Territory governments. Click on the thumbnail image below to open the full map file.

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Image
Year
2007
Author
IA CRC & NLWRA

Draft Cane Toad Strategy for Western Australia 2009-19

The draft strategy outlines a 10-year management plan for cane toads and aims to provide an integrated response across the whole community to reduce the impact of the invasive species on biodiversity, social and economic values. Other general information on cane toads is also available at the WA DEC website.

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Threat Abatement Plan or Management Strategy
Year
2009
Author
Department of Environment and Conservation WA

Cane Toad Identification

Provides information on cane toad identification, including images, a recording of a cane toad call and a downloadable guide. Website also provides information on how to dispose of cane toads, first aid for people and pets, impacts of toads etc.

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Fact Sheet
Year
2009
Author
Department of Environment and Conservation WA

Community on-ground cane toad control in the Kimberley.

A large and passionate community movement in Western Australia commenced in 2005 to physically stop the cane toad from entering the State. This movement, principally carried out through the Perth-based Stop The Toad Foundation and the Kununurra-based Kimberley Toad Busters, has received funding from the governments of Western Australia and the Commonwealth and from donations. […]

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Report
Year
2007
Author
Tony Peacock

Wild dog/dingo fence WA

Images of the Wild dog/dingo fence in Western Australia. Images supplied by NSW DPI. These image files may be freely downloaded and used without permission of the copyright holder for educational purposes only. If the image file is to be used for any other purpose other than educational use (including commercial purposes), permission must be […]

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Image
Year
Author
NSW DPI

Wild dogs near dog fence, WA

Images show: 1. Four wild dogs running along the Dingo fence, WA. 2. Wild dog sitting by the dingo fence, WA. Images supplied by NSW DPI. These image files may be freely downloaded and used without permission of the copyright holder for educational purposes only. If the image file is to be used for any […]

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Image
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Author
NSW DPI

Starlings in Western Australia

This report finds that in Western Australia, the potential habitat zone of starlings is around 1 million sq km, and under full infestation and with a conservatively estimated prevalence rate of 12.5 starlings per sq km, this would mean that the Western Australian habitat zone could support at least 12.5 million starlings. Such a population […]

Reference Type
Report
Year
2006
Author
ACIL Tasman Pty Ltd

Breeding Ecology of the Western Long-billed Corella, Cacatua pastinator pastinator

The breeding ecology of a small population of the western long-billed corella, Cacatua p. pastinator, was investigated for 6 years in the central wheatbelt of Western Australia. Pair-bonds tended to be long-lasting; however, the divorce rate for birds breeding for the first time was 25% with an overall rate of 15%. Females formed stable pair-bonds […]

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Journal Article
Year
Author
GT Smith

Distribution and abundance of pest animals in Western Australia : a survey of institutional knowledge

Data on the distribution and abundance of selected pest animals were obtained for the state of Western Australia. We used institutional knowledge from the Department of Agriculture (DAWA) and the Department of Conservation and Land Management (CALM) to acquire this important information. A two-part survey process was used to capture knowledge in 104 face-to-face interviews. […]

Reference Type
Book
Year
2005
Author
Andrew P. Woolnough, Garry S. Gray, Tim J. Lowe, Winifred E. Kirkpatrick, Ken Rose and Gary R. Martin

Pests: Facts on Rats

Rats are a major risk to the health of the community. They can assist transmission of serious diseases, including the plague, dysentery, leptospirosis and typhus fever. Their fleas, lice and ticks can also adversely affect pets and humans.

Reference Type
Fact Sheet
Year
1996
Author
Environmental Health Service, WA

Farmnote: Fumigation for Rabbit Control

Fumigation for rabbit control is the introduction of poisonous gas into a warren. It is one of the best control methods to use where low numbers of rabbits live in a few widely scattered warrens. The threat to non-target animals is minimal. This Farmnote gives instructions for fumigation. It should be read in conjunction with […]

Reference Type
Fact Sheet
Year
2007
Author
Vertebrate Pest Research Section