Western Local Land Services to undertake aerial baiting program for wild dog control
14 Sep 2023
Western Local Land Services is set to undertake its spring aerial baiting program for the control of wild dogs, foxes and feral cats.
This is scheduled to occur between 25 September and 8 October 2023, with 1080 (pronounced ‘ten eighty’) poison meat baits issued along pre-determined bait lines with the rate of application being 10 baits per kilometre.
The area covered through the program is from Enngonia in the north-east, to Broken Hill in the west, near Pooncarie in the south-west and to Mt Hope in the south-east.
Following the aerial baiting campaign, ground baiting will be carried out.
Western Local Land Services thanks participating landholders and stakeholders for their involvement in the program.
To find out more, contact Senior Biosecurity Officer, Alana Coxhead on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0448 759 190.
Media: Charlie Whiteley, Communications Advisor, 0428 679 974.
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