Feral animal management training

Natural Area sent a team out to the Carnarvon Rangelands to participate in feral animal management training provided by Central Regional TAFE. This was a week-long course and our team learned valuable skills that will assist Natural Area in delivering high quality feral animal management services using best practice methodology. The following overview provided by […]

Feral Animals in Meelup Regional Park

In their natural habitat – Cats, Rabbits and Foxes function as part of the normal ecosystem with natural population control measures in place. In an Australian bush environment, these animals are a nuisance pest. All three species wreak havoc throughout urban and rural bushland consuming native flora and fauna at an unsustainable rate. Feral animals […]