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About FeralGoatScan


 
Feral goats are an introduced pest that causes an estimated $7.7 million damage to our economy each year. They also impact on our environment, community and culture significant sites. Feral goats are also commercially harvested in many areas – providing a valuable economic return to land managers. Where feral goats do cause adverse impacts, it is important that we work together to reduce their numbers and the damage they cause. FeralGoatScan is a free mapping service that you can use to map unmanaged feral goats in your local area to help with feral goat control in your region.

How can you use FeralGoatScan?

  • Record and view all your records of feral goats, their damage and control activities all in the one place!
  • Upload your photos of feral goats and their activity and view them in the photo gallery
  • Use the data from your local area to create and print a map
  • Talk with your neighbours and compare your results
  • Identify the priority areas for control on your property and in your local area
  • Link with local groups and coordinate your resources
  • Find out who may be able to help you with feral goat management
  • Monitor the effects of control programs and prove their effectiveness
  • Review your data to see changes over time
  • Inform your community about feral goat problems.
Whether you are a landholder, landcare or community group, local council or school, FeralGoatScan can help you map feral goats, access resources, connect with other people, and find out about available support. Join FeralGoatScan to map feral goats in your local area and help build information about feral goats across your region.
 
FeralGoatScan has been developed to assist landholders, communities, local government, and pest controllers to gather data on feral goats to support control programs.
 

You can help by recording:

1. Sightings of feral goats in your area

2. The damage feral goats are causing in your area (eg browsing damage)

3. Control activities in your area.

 

  

Browsing damage by feral goats, source R Henzell
Feral goats can heavily browse native vegetation and pastures, and they can strip leaves, twigs and bark from trees. They can withstand prolonged periods of drought and can move large distances to access water. Source, R Henzell
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CONTROL ADVICE

  • Mustering feral goats can remove a large number of animals in one go - Geoff 
  • Email your control tips to feralgoatscan@feralscan.org.au and we’ll display them here
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