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Central Highlands Regional Resources Use Planning Cooperative (CHRRUP) is a regional natural resource management group in Queensland’s Central Highlands. We deliver programs of activities to improve natural resource management practices to improve the sustainability of our region. Feral animals and pest plants are among our region’s biggest threats to production and biodiversity.

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Wild dogs are a big problem for producers in the Central Highlands, causing damage to livestock production, and impact on native fauna. Resources to fight the scourge of these invaders must be carefully allocated so that the best return is gained from investment of public and private funds. To do this, we need good data on the location, numbers, impacts and problems caused by pests, such as wild dogs.

WildDogScan is a resource we can use to get a clear understanding of the wild dog problem from people involved in the battle. We encourage you to use the WildDogScan Map to record your observations. The more data entered, the more useful the map will become for managing wild dogs across our entire region.

 For further information please contact CHRRUP on (07) 4982 2996, or E-mail admin@chrrup.org.au


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How does WildDogScan work?

WildDogScan is a free resource for landholders, Landcare groups, community groups, local Councils, professional pest controllers and biosecurity groups. It has been designed by landholders for communities.You can help develop a better picture about the wild dog problem in the Central Highlands by recording wild dogs in your local area. Use the map to plan coordinated control with your neighbours and send email notifications to biosecurity authorities and professional pest controllers. 

 What to record:

  1. Sightings and evidence (e.g. footprints)
  2. Attacks (e.g. mauled livestock)
  3. Control activities (e.g. baiting or trapping) 


  

Resources to help you

There are many resources available to help you with managing wild dogs and their impacts, including glove-box guides, fact sheets, instructional videos for undertaking control, monitoring guidelines, and management plans.

Check out the latest from PestSmart, and visit the National Wild Dog Action Plan

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 Glovebox Guide for Managing Wild Dogs- Download

 

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How to use WildDogScan in 2016

 
WildDogScan is a free resource for landholders, the community and pest controllers to map sightings of wild dogs, their impacts, and control activities in their local area. Use WildDogScan to document wild dog activity, communicate the problem to other people, and identify priority areas for wild dog control.
 
 
 
 
 

Record sightings, evidence, impacts and control

Use WildDogScan (website and App) to record wild dog activity, damage caused by wild dogs, and your control activities. Create a local wild dog map, and work with your neighbours and local authorities.

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Bring your community together online

 
Create or join an online group to share your observations with other people in your local area (e.g. landholder group). By joining a group, you can (1) keep neighbours informed about wild dog activity, (2) work together with members to target problem areas, and (3) measure control outcomes.

Develop a community mapping resource for your region

Do you need a web and app-based community mapping resource customised for your region, catchment, shire or local government area? Regional sites are now being developed to centralise all wild dog data across regions and generate wild dog activity notifications and reports. Contact Mr Peter West (Invasive Animals CRC) for more details via E-mailferalscan@feralscan.org.au


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Resources to help you prepare a wild dog working plan. 

 

 

Instructional videos on Wild Dog control (YouTube)

 
Check out the PestSmart YouTube channel for clips of practical instructions on wild dog control methods, new products and monitoring techniques.

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Are you part of a coordinated wild dog control program?

 
Working with your neighbours is the best way to reduce wild dog damage and maximise the long-term benefits of control. If you need advice on how to establish a wild dog control group, contact your local pest management authorities, or Greg Mifsud at the Invasive Animals CRC (greg.mifsud@invasiveanimals.com)
 

Regional groups connected to WildDogScan

 
Reducing wild dog impacts is best achieved when control is coordinated at local and regional scales. Catchment groups,Local Land Services (LLS) (NSW), and local councils are now connecting to WildDogScan. Use WildDogScan in your local area to keep your regional group(s) informed about current wild dog activity. 
 
 
 
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