Bait, rip, fumigate – its time to plan for rabbit control.
Reclaiming Australian landscapes – rabbit control is an important first step.
It is no joke – a webinar on April 1st will share 3 steps to rabbit control and the benefits to native vegetation.
Landholders collaborate to control rabbits, cats and foxes in southern WA.
Victorian Rabbit Action Network’s website has a treasure trove of resources to help people and communities to develop and implement rabbit control plans. For great range of guides, videos and other publications see the website at vran.com.au.
Landholders are being encouraged to work with their neighbours to coordinate rabbit control programs on Eyre Peninsula. The local Landscape Board has issued a reminder that rabbits are a significant problem and that coordinated programs, timed to take advantage of seasonal conditions and the effectiveness of different control mechanisms, are the best solution. For more […]
Landholders dealing with high rabbit numbers in the Adelaide Hills are being assisted with a timely control program by the Adelaide Hills and Fleurieu Landscape Board. Rabbits are attracted to moist carrots in dry summer conditions, so the Board will be making pindone-laced carrots available for baiting programs in early February. A video is now […]
The PestSmart website, which provides best practice guides for rabbits and other vertebrate pests, has been revamped by the Centre for Invasive Species Solutions. Structured around a Plan > Manage > Improve framework, it provides a practical approach and countless resources all tailored to help land managers deal with invasive pests. As examples, for rabbits, […]
‘Rabbits have caused serious damage to habitats, vegetation and farmland throughout our region’, according to Geelong Mayor, Stephanie Asher. The Geelong Council believe controlling rabbits, to prevent further harm to habitats and land, is vital to protecting the region’s environment. They’ve released a draft Control Plan for community feedback. See the Bay939 article by Lewis […]
The importance of rabbit control to aid bushland regeneration after fires has been stressed by the Foundation for Rabbit-Free Australia, through the media and correspondence with government. Rabbits selective grazing threatens the re-emergence of some plant species and, after fires, there are likely to be fewer predators around – yet warrens are more exposed. The […]