YAN Feral Awareness sessions - 10 and 17 May 2019 (repeated)

Two Feral Awareness sessions: (1) 10 May at Sutton Hall from 2-6pm followed by a meet and greet to enable attendees to liaise with guest speakers and participants (2) 17 May a repeat of 10 May information from 2-6pm held at “Weeroona” 842 Yass River Road followed by a meet and greet with speakers and participants. RSVP: This is a free event however RSVP is required for catering purposes to Kath McGuirk at kangiara@gmail.com or 0428822854 by 8 May.
  • YAN Feral Awareness sessions - 10 and 17 May 2019 (repeated)
  • 2019-05-10T14:00:00+10:00
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  • Two Feral Awareness sessions: (1) 10 May at Sutton Hall from 2-6pm followed by a meet and greet to enable attendees to liaise with guest speakers and participants (2) 17 May a repeat of 10 May information from 2-6pm held at “Weeroona” 842 Yass River Road followed by a meet and greet with speakers and participants. RSVP: This is a free event however RSVP is required for catering purposes to Kath McGuirk at kangiara@gmail.com or 0428822854 by 8 May.
  • When 10 May, 2019 from 02:00 PM to 06:00 PM (Australia/Sydney / UTC1000)
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Are you aware of the different types of Feral animals in our region?

Do you have plants (or weeds) in your paddocks which you would like id?

Do you know the difference between an exotic Indian Myna and the native Noisy Miner? Are you aware of the latest tools used in rabbit management?

If you are interested in these topics then attend either of the following Feral Awareness sessions

(1) 10 May at Sutton Hall from 2-6pm followed by a meet and greet to enable attendees to liaise with guest speakers and participants.

(2) 17 May a repeat of 10 May information from 2-6pm held at “Weeroona” 842 Yass River Road followed by a meet and greet with speakers and participants.

Speakers at both events will include:

Scott Schlunke from SE LLS: Feral Animals (rabbits, foxes and deer) impacts on agriculture and management options;

After-noon tea break;

Jacqui Stol CSIRO The Indian or Common Myna has been labelled the ‘flying cane toad’ ‘one of the world’s 100 most invasive species’. Find out more about Myna’s and how to manage them;

Tanya Strive CSIRO Rabbit bio-control update.

Bring a paddock plant or weed? and we will use the DPI Weed Wise phone app to identify it.

RSVP: This is a free event however RSVP is required for catering purposes to Kath McGuirk at kangiara@gmail.com or 0428822854 by 8 May.

This project is supported by the NSW Department of Primary Industries and Landcare NSW Incorporated through funding received from the Established Pest Animals and Weeds Initiative, part of the Australian Government’s Agricultural Competitiveness White Paper, the government’s plan for stronger farmers and stronger economy.