Ecoplan Australia can assist landowners and managers to minimise the impacts of pest species on natural and agricultural values. Our services include pest species site assessments and monitoring and development of pest management plans. Our identification skills and monitoring reduce the likelihood of non-target impacts of pest control activities. Further, our understanding of flow-on effects in ecosystems helps us to predict and plan for potential unintended consequences of management actions and manage ecosystems holistically. Management of pest animals is a requirement of landowners under the Catchment and Land Protection Act 1994. Our work also extends into the field of over-abundant native species.
Ecoplan Australia has experience working with several pest species including pigs, foxes, goats and deer, and we can make recommendations regarding the most appropriate options for monitoring and control of particular pest species in various environments. Our qualified consultants can prepare pest management plans to ensure that management of pests and their impacts are strategic and cost effective. Ecoplan Australia is licensed and experienced in the use of firearms for pest control and has experience with a range of weed control methods.
Contact us to discuss how our pest species monitoring and control services may assist you in achieving your management or research objectives.