This page contains links to selected media reports on rabbit issues and rabbit control.
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Stop-start, short-term, piecemeal research isn't going to deliver the comprehensive programs of effort required for success in rabbit control. Continue reading
Webinar presentations and references now available: all the latest rabbit research findings from CISS and Rabbit-Free Australia. Continue reading
Foundation for Rabbit-Free Australia and the Centre for Invasive Species Solutions (CISS) and are hosting an on-line Rabbit R&D Update on Monday, March 21, 2022.... Continue reading
RHDV should not be released when young rabbits are about, as they can develop life-long immunity. Continue reading
The February 2022 Rabbit-Free Newsletter is now available at the website’s Member’s Lounge. Guests are welcome. Everything from the Annual Report, Gene Drive technology, rabbit... Continue reading
In a recent contribution to The Conversation, Associate Professor Katherine Moseby (UNSW) refers to rabbits, cats and foxes as an unholy trinity. Rabbits competed with... Continue reading
Rabbits and hares are the most widely spread herbivores in the Kosciuszko National Park, and are associated with less dense foliage, more bare ground and... Continue reading
The Virtual Extension Officer tailors on-line pest control advice to the location and terrain in which control is needed. Continue reading
Grazing pressure – the combined consumption of plant matter by all herbivores. The population density of different species, their different feeding styles, and even different... Continue reading
Feral cats are more dependent on rabbits as prey than quolls are, and cats favour areas where rabbits are more common. Reducing rabbit numbers is a good bet if wanting to reduce feral cat numbers. Continue reading
Herbivores are considered overabundant when they cause observable harm to a plant community. A framework for thinking about and recording overabundance is presented by John... Continue reading
Rabbits wrought untold damage to Australian landscapes, but rabbit bio-controls have been incredibly successful in triggering environmental recovery across massive areas of Australia. Continue reading