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Is recreational hunting effective for feral animal control?
Booth, Carol. (2009)

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Booth, Carol. 2009. Is recreational hunting effective for feral animal control? Essay Project (Invasive Species Council Australia). 13 January 2009.

Feral animals cause severe damage to Australian wildlife and ecosystems. The Invasive Species Council strongly advocates eradica..on and control of feral animal popula..ons to protect environmental values. But is recrea..onal hun..ng an effec..ve way of achieving this?

Taxa covered in this document    
Capra hircus all HEARBIB references ] online species info ]
Oryctolagus cuniculus all HEARBIB references ] online species info ]
Sus scrofa all HEARBIB references ] online species info ]

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