|Subject:||Cats and birds|
|From:||stephen prowse <>|
|Date:||Tue, 17 Nov 2020 10:01:17 +1000|
There is good evidence that both domestic and feral cats have a serious adverse impact on avifauna.
Birds Queensland has produced a brochure that encourages people to better manage their cats.
This brochure may be found and downloaded here:
Please download and use wisely. We feel that it is important not to be seen as anti-cat but to persuade people, Councils and State Governments to move towards improved cat management. Aggressive anti-cat positions are polarising and will achieve nothing.
Dr Stephen Prowse
Research Translation Consultant
Chair - Protect the Bush Alliance
Conservation Officer Birds Queensland
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