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Fox Control at the Conservation Ecology Centre

Introduced foxes have a devastating impact on Australian wildlife

The Fight Against Foxes

Introduced foxes have a devastating impact on many Australian wildlife species and are a great threat to the endangered Tiger Quoll in the Otways.

With the help of a State Government Caring for our Country Community Action Grant and the expertise of the Otway Coast Committee, the Conservation Ecology Centre is undertaking a humane soft-jaw trapping program on private land, complementing the existing fox control programs carried out by Parks Victoria and DSE.

Landcare are strong supporters of the Conservation Ecology Centre’s fox control program and we encourage you to get involved.  The Centre are holding an information session where you can learn more about the project and how to be a part of this important conservation effort.

When: 10am – 3pm Monday 30th April 2012 (lunch provided)

Where: Conservation Ecology Centre, 635 Lighthouse Road, Cape Otway

RSVP: By 25th April Ph: 5237 9297 Email: lizzie@conservationecologycentre.org

~ by SOLN on April 10, 2012 .

2 Responses to “Fox Control at the Conservation Ecology Centre”

  1.   Peter Lugg Says:

    Is it possible to be involved in the fox control program without attending the info session? My family all work and are unable to attend at this time.

  2.   Steve & Mary Howe Says:

    I am interested in trialling the soft jaw fox traps on our property but will be interstate on the 30th April so cannot attend the meeting.
    Steve & Mary Howe