Landholders have a responsibility to control declared pests on their land. The CWBA encourages all landholder’s involvement in a broad scale, in a cooperative and coordinated approach for effective pest control, targeting Wild Dogs, Red Foxes, European Rabbits and Feral Pigs as well as other declared pests seen as a priority for the group.
Declared Pests can have a devastating effect of agriculture, the natural environment and on human health and safety. Pests don’t stop at fences or town boundaries. Success relies on well timed cooperative control activities over the whole landscape. Everyone needs to be involved, resourced and supported.
We seek access to external funding, on-going matched state government funding, training and support, resources and assistance.