Indian Myna Control

To: "Carl Clifford" <>
Subject: Indian Myna Control
Date: Fri, 5 Feb 2010 10:02:41 +0800
G'day Susan et al.

Susan I work for DPI in Hamilton (pasture not pests animals).  We
currently have one (hopefully) Myna in town.  It's been moving around a
bit but has been here for a few weeks.  So far we haven't been able to get
any one particularly inbterested in removing it.  The nearest Myna
population is about 200 km to the east.  As far as this part of the world
is concerned Mynas are not established and control of individuals should
be a priority.  A mate or two could turn up on a stock truck tomorrow.

What is the Pest Animal Management section's view on this scenario please?

DPI Hamilton


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