Wild Dog Coordination
Wild dog predation is a huge social, economic and environmental cost to Australia’s economy. This project supports Wild Dog Coordinators in New South Wales, Western Australia, Victoria and Queensland. The Wild Dog Coordinators help livestock producers and other key stakeholders collaborate and coordinate activities to reduce the devastating impact of livestock predation by wild dogs, thereby improving on-farm productivity, rural community wellbeing and rural biodiversity. The positions also aim to help coordinate on-ground wild dog control activities.
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