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BRING OUT YOUR DEAD!

 2 April 2019

 

The Conservation Research Unit of ACT Government is working with partners at the Edith Cowan University to assess the impacts of anticoagulant poisons (e.g. RatSak) on non-target native species.

 

 

 

Researchers are interested in collecting any (relatively fresh) dead wildlife from within the ACT, with the exception of large macropods (kangaroos and wallabies). This includes birds (especially raptors), reptiles (especially goannas) and mammals (native and introduced).

 

 

 

Collection details required include location, date of collection and name of collector. Please photograph your specimen and post photo on CNM) and contact either Jake Gillen; jake.gillen@act.gov.au (Ph 6205 5290) or Melissa Snape; Melissa.snape@act.gov.au (Ph 0418 693 723) at Conservation Research.

 

 

 

 

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