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Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development biosecurity and fisheries experts will be on hand at this year’s Esperance Show to answer questions on topics ranging from preventing lives
Bunbury residents are asked to look out for and report unusual birds following the recent discovery of a Eurasian tree sparrow in the backyard of a Carey Park residence.
People in the Esperance and Boyup Brook areas are asked to look out for unusual birds following confirmed sightings of the declared pest, the house sparrow.
Residents and travellers along the State’s south-east coast are being reminded by authorities to keep an eye out for starlings.
Residents and travellers are urged to keep watch for unusual birds after four starlings were detected along the State’s south coast.
Perth Hills residents have been encouraged to do some birdwatching and report any sightings of California quail to the Department of Agriculture and Food.
The Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia (DAFWA) is leading the development of a post-border surveillance and detection plan that meets the needs of Western Australia and is suppor
This web page is part of the Bait and poison directory for vertebrate pests in Western Australia.
Indian ringneck parakeets are declared pests with the potential to damage cereals, oilseeds, horticulture as well as stored grains, and even backyard fruit and trees.