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Feral Cats128428Feral cats are exceptional hunters and pose a significant threat to the survival of many native species including small mammals, birds and reptiles.15/08/2019 5:52:59 AMCats found in these areas may be and guidance on best-practice invasive animal management on several key vertebrate pest species including rabbits, foxes, feral pigs and feral cats https://dpipwe.tas.gov.au/invasive-species-site/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
Controlling Stray and Feral Cats106011Feral cats have a range of impacts on Tasmania's environment and agriculture. Managing these impacts is a community responsibility.6/03/2020 4:17:29 AMPestSmart Connect - Feral cat (Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre) Is a toolkit information and videos on the impact and management options for feral cats in Australia htmlFalseaspx
Animal Biosecurity106344Animal biosecurity is primarily about minimising the risk of serious disease.2/04/2020 1:38:51 AMAnimal HealthTasmania's biosecurity depends on owners and those who work with animals incorporating good biosecurity practice into their htmlFalseaspx
Invasive Animals106615Information about invasive animals that are not wanted in Tasmania and threaten the state's unique wildlife, environment and agriculture.21/09/2020 3:14:11 AMA range of invasive animals pose a serious threat to biodiversity in Tasmania and have the The Feral Deck was produced by the Threatened Species Network, a community-based htmlFalseaspx
Feral Pigs107119Crops damaged by feral pigs include cereals, grain legumes, sugar cane, orchard and forestry plantings, and pasture. Physical damage to fencing and water supplies occurs, as well as increases soil erosion and reduced water quality.16/02/2021 1:59:22 AMAny pigs at large on mainland and guidance on best-practice invasive animal management on several key vertebrate pest species including rabbits, foxes, feral pigs and feral cats htmlFalseaspx
Feral Goats107118Feral goats invade bush and browse a wide variety of native plants including blackwood, drooping she-oak, native cherry, coffee berry, round-leaf riceflower, rough dogwood and forest germander.12/02/2020 12:43:46 AMThe coat can be shaggy or short and guidance on best-practice invasive animal management on several key vertebrate pest species including rabbits, foxes, feral pigs and feral cats htmlFalseaspx
Traveller's Guide to Tasmanian Biosecurity - What You Can and Can't Bring into Tasmania 105987A guide of what you can and can't bring into Tasmania.8/08/2019 1:43:41 AM has some of the world's most into Tasmania of plant, plant material, animal products, pets and other restricted or Feral animals (fox, cane toad, European carp, Indian myna etc htmlFalseaspx
Cat Management in Tasmania106617Cats are present throughout Tasmania, as domestic pets, free-living strays, and as feral animals.25/11/2019 4:34:57 AMpresent throughout Tasmania, as domestic pets, free-living strays, and as feral animals to trap, seize or destroy stray and feral cats in certain circumstances and gives land htmlFalseaspx
Contact Us106713List of contact details for Biosecurity Tasmania.15/01/2021 1:39:31 AMAnimal Health Laboratories ​03 6777 21​​​11 ​Animal Health Laboratories ​Specimen Reception Feral Animals 03 6165 3777          ​Biosecurity Operations Branch        Enquiries htmlFalseaspx
Invasive Species106180An invasive species is an introduced animal or plant that poses a significant threat to Tasmania's biodiversity, agriculture, community or economy.25/11/2019 4:34:47 AM invasive species is an introduced animal or plant that poses a significant threat to and Cat Management Facilities Controlling Stray and Feral Cats Cats and Wildlife htmlFalseaspx
About Weeds107133What are weeds; where did they come from; and how do they spread?20/11/2019 11:00:54 PMimpact of damaging machinery, increasing fire risk and providing a home for feral animals seeds may be hooked or sticky in order to cling to the fur (and socks) of passing animals htmlFalseaspx
Guide to Importing106467Details on what you can and can't bring into Tasmania.17/12/2020 5:43:22 AMincluding caged birds) ​Ask ​Government permit required for all native animals and birds Feral animals: fox, cane toads, dingo, European carp, Mexican walking fish​, Indian myna htmlFalseaspx
TWWHA Publication List107177TWWHA Publication List8/12/2017 12:52:46 AMDepartment of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment Search Contact us Topics Search    Contact us Global population status of shy albatross and an htmlFalseaspx
Mesquite107341Mesquite species can be multi-stemmed shrubs growing to 3 - 5 metres with branches drooping to ground level or single-trunked trees to 10 metres. The branches have a characteristic zig-zag character.1/07/2019 6:43:15 AMSeeds are spread by animals eating the seed pods and dispersing the seeds of biodiversity, increased rates of land degradation and provides refuge for feral animals htmlFalseaspx
Invasive Mammals106082Early detection allows a rapid response to invasive threats. You can assist in keeping invasive species out of Tasmania by being on the lookout for the animals below.21/09/2020 3:15:44 AMin keeping invasive species out of Tasmania by being on the lookout for the animals below Feral PigsCrops damaged by feral pigs include cereals, grain legumes, sugar cane, orchard htmlFalseaspx
Parthenium Weed107355Parthenium weed is a branching, annual herb growing to 2 metres in height.3/07/2019 12:59:40 AMDepartment of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment on machinery and vehicles, by stock and feral animals, and in stock fodder, grain and feed It is a threat to the htmlFalseaspx
Keeping Wildlife Wild106561Wildlife live by natural rules, not by human values. If we try to feed or pat a wild animal this will have an impact on it.5/11/2014 10:36:54 PMAnimals which have become tame as a result of being fed are more likely to be hit by cars waterfowl, such as ducks, can result in feral domestic species displacing native species htmlFalseaspx
Amsinckia Species107878Amsinckia species are erect annual herbs from the Americas, also known as yellow burrweeds or fiddlenecks.25/06/2019 5:49:47 AMDepartment of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment If you are still in doubt bristly flowers lodge in the coats of feral animals and stock, and when seed is carried in htmlFalseaspx
Information for Cat Owners106008Responsible cat ownership goes beyond just caring for and feeding your cat.26/08/2019 5:21:13 AMthat are microchipped can be identified from feral and stray cats by local councils and animal shelters Dumped cats are likely to become feral and prey on wildlife as a food source htmlFalseaspx
European Rabbits128621Rabbits compete with native species for food and shelter, as well as changing native plant community composition and degrading land. They are recognised as Australia's most widespread and destructive environmental and agricultural pest.21/01/2021 5:05:45 AMCompetition with native animal species and land degradation by feral rabbits are listed as a key threatening https://dpipwe.tas.gov.au/invasive-species-site/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx

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