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The Kimberley Rangelands Biosecurity Association (KRBA) has an annual Large Feral Herbivore culling program that includes feral donkeys, horses and camels with other animals such as water buffalo and pigs targeted when located. The program focusses primarily on donkeys, using the radio telemetry technique with horses and camels culled opportunistically during tracking. Currently there are approximately 50 active collars throughout the region including three satellite collars utilised for research purposes.

Publication Date

2020

Publisher

Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development

City

Kimberley

Keywords

Biosecurity; Western Australia; Kimberley

Disciplines

Biosecurity

Kimberley Rangelands Biosecurity Association Invasive Species Activity Report 2019/20

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