Optimising feral animal control to benefit threatened species on South East Queensland Islands
Date: 25, Jun, 2019
Publisher: TSR Hub
Minjerribah, also known as North Stradbroke Island – or Straddie– has important environmental and cultural values, many of which are being negatively impacted by invasive species, specifically European red foxes and feral cats.
This research project aims to support invasive species eradication planning on Minjerribah by gathering relevant local knowledge about eradication strategies, feasibility, community values and time preferences, in order to better inform management objectives.
The findings can support the optimisation of invasive species management and will identify methods that systematically include local communities’ perspectives in future conservation planning, which can be applied on other inhabited Australian islands.
18.104.22.168 Optimising feral animals_Factsheet_F.pdf