Feral Animal Management Field Day
Join the Southern Downs Regional Council and the Queensland Murray-Darling Committee to fine tune your skills in controlling feral animals on your property. Learn how to develop a catchment-wide pest management plan to achieve effective and long lasting control.
- major barriers to achieving successful catchment-wide pest management
- how to improve your success with feral animal management
- measuring your success through monitoring
- the latest feral pig and wild dog trapping techniques
- the latest technology in understanding feral animal movement , and
- trail cameras – how to get the best out of them.
- Stuart Boyd-Law, Director of Pest Animal Control and Training
- Darren Marshall, QMDC Senior Regional Project Officer Biodiversity and Pest Management
Where: Pratten Hall, Pratten
When: 9am - 3pm, Thursday, 1 February, 2018.
Cost: Free - Morning tea & lunch included
RSVP essential by 30 January to NRM Technical Officer Lachlan Marshall on mobile: 0427 056 443 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This workshop is brought to you by Southern Downs Regional Council with the support of QMDC, and funded by the Queensland Government Feral Pest Initiative.
127b Campbell Street (corner of Campbell and Bellevue)
PO Box 6243 Toowoomba West QLD 4350
P (07) 4637 6200 F (07) 4632 8062 E email@example.com