Archive for category: Threatened Species

Community survey dramatically improves understanding of Carnaby’s cockatoo breeding areas in the South West region

Community survey dramatically improves understanding of Carnaby’s cockatoo breeding areas in the South West region

Community members across the South West Catchments Council (SWCC) region have recently contributed more than 150 sightings of black cockatoos, including the endangered Carnaby’s cockatoo, to an online survey aimed at understanding the habitat these birds are using across the region. Prior to this survey, there were only two...

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Effective Feral Cat Control Moves Closer with Felixer Shown to be Safe for Numbats

A successful trial demonstrating that Felixer™ cat grooming traps are safe to deploy around numbats means that effective control of feral cats in the state’s South West is potentially a step closer. The Felixer™ grooming trap is a new high-tech cat trap, developed in South Australia, that uses a...

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NEW Urban Wildlife app for Citizen Scientists

A new app is available for citizen scientists to help monitor native wildlife in Australian cities and towns. The CAUL Urban Wildlife App can be used to record sightings of possums, gliders, butterflies, frogs, and flying foxes. Users from all states and territories in Australia can participate. The data you record about the...

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