3 Vicary St
Triabunna, TAS 7190
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Feral cat snapped by a wildlife monitoring camera. Image credit: Cynthia Schaap
What to expect: Join us for a free info session on feral cat management with some of the best people in the state! Learn about the impacts of feral cats on wildlife and biodiversity, what you can do and recent changes to legislation. We will also take an in-depth look at how feral cats affect livestock.
Landcare Tasmania is working to reduce the impact of feral cats state-wide. Through workshops like these we aim to build the capacity of the community to manage feral cats practically, humanely and within the law. Read more about our Impact to Action approach to feral cat management.
What to bring: Your stories and experiences with feral cats on the East Coast.
Price: Free of charge! Registration is mandatory.
Gill Basnett: Gill is the National Feral Cat and Fox Management Coordinator at the Centre for Invasive Species Solutions.
John Bowden: John is an experienced and qualified trapper with many years of experience working as a feral cat management contractor across Tasmania.
Bruce Jackson: Bruce is Tasmania’s former senior vet officer at DPIPWE and now works as a vet consultant. He has worked extensively on farm biosecurity and cat borne diseases affecting agriculture
This workshop is part of Landcare Tasmania's Landscape Restoration and Community Outreach programs funded by the State Government's Landcare Action Grants Additional Projects Round.