FERAL CAT (Felis catus)

 

National declaration of feral cats as pests.

 

At the Meeting of Environment Ministers (Melbourne, 15 July 2015), Ministers endorsed the National declaration of feral cats as pests. As part of this declaration, Ministers agreed to review arrangements within their respective jurisdictions and, where necessary, to remove unnecessary barriers to effective and humane control of feral cats. Ministers also agreed to consider feral cat management as a priority in threatened species recovery programs, and to pursue the development of a national best practice approach to the keeping of domestic cats.

 

The Western Australian Government has recently reviewed the declared status of the feral cat and it is now a Declared Pest.

 

 

 

 

What can we do for you?

 

  • Identify your Pests.

  • Work with you to consider your best control options.

  • On-site and on-farm visits.

  • Devise strategic management plans on landscape scales to include the whole community.

  • Provide access to best practice equipment, expert advice and training, subsidised chemicals and control materials.

  • Workshops, demonstrations and field days.

  • Link you to funding opportunities as they arise.

 

 
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​Telephone : 0475 774 558

Email : projects@blackwoodbiosecurity.org.au

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