Tips to Reduce Wildlife Rat Poison Risk
An ongoing study at ECU has detected widespread and sometimes fatal rodenticide exposure in Southern Boobooks in WA including some parts of the Perth Hills.
Rat Poison Found in Perth Hills Boobooks
Preliminary results of the study show that in the Perth Metro area and residential areas of the Perth Hills, almost 90% of Boobooks had some amount of rodenticide exposure
Perth Animal Lovers Embrace Chance To Keep Backyard Wildlife Healthy, by Lisa Morrison, Particle WA
A pilot project in Perth’s eastern suburbs is helping protect the health of native West Australian wildlife in urban environments.
Healthy Quenda, Healthy Lives
A recent survey of property owners in the Greater Perth Region conducted by Dr. Alison Hillman from Murdoch University and the EMRC’s Healthy Wildlife Reference Group, found that people are hand feeding quendas.
Healthy Wildlife = Healthy Communities
The EMRC is partnering with Murdoch University's School of Veterinary and Life Sciences on the 'Healthy Wildlife Healthy Lives' - A One Health project, supported by Lotterywest.
Backyard bandicoots could be key to urban bushland health