Graylag Goose - status in Victoria amongst other "tickable ferals"

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Subject: Graylag Goose - status in Victoria amongst other "tickable ferals"
From: Euan Moore <>
Date: Tue, 19 Nov 2013 10:34:20 +1100
Another good reason for reporting these ferals is to help track and control
their spread.  Species such as Indian Ringneck and House Crow are federally
listed as highly invasive and subject to control measures.  Others may be
subject to State control measures.  Reporting these species on Eremaea and
Birding-Aus can aid in their detection and eradication before they gain
hold.  How many more invasive species do we need?

Euan Moore


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