Night-time feral animal surveying

Published: Comments:
Animals Wildlife or Pets Environment Law & Safety Primary Industries Sunshine Coast Council

Social:   

Sunshine Coast Council would like to advise residents in the areas of Kenilworth, Conondale and Cambroon that council officers will be performing routine night-time feral animal surveying in these areas between Monday, September 3 and Wednesday, September 5.

Surveying is used to determine the distribution, population, size, habitat use and impacts of feral animals.

The survey is conducted from council roads and reserves and does not require officers to enter private property.

The work will be performed using night-time thermal imaging equipment mounted to a council vehicle. No spotlights are used.

Surveying will be conducted in the following locations:

  • Walli Creek Rd / Walli Mountain Rd, Kenilworth
  • Aherns Rd, Conondale
  • Kilcoy Lane – Broken Ridge Rd, Conondale
  • Eastern Mary River Rd, Cambroon
  • Booloumba Creek Rd, Cambroon

If you have any information or sightings of feral animals in your area, please contact council. Council officers are available to assist with education and action for landowners to minimise the impact of feral animals on their property.

For more information contact council at mail@sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au or phone 5475 7272.

 
Sunshine Coast Regional Council :
Locked Bag 72 Sunshine Coast Mail Centre Q 4560, Sunshine Coast Wide
07 5475 7272
1300 007 272
Sunshine Coast Regional Council
Showing 10+ recent articles for this business
Changes afoot for Bankfoot House 20 September 2018 | The state-heritage listed Bankfoot House in the Glass House Mountains, once a Cobb & Co lunch stop on the journey to the Gympie goldfields, is set to relaunch itself as the pre-eminent heritage precinct on the... More information...
$12.2m Sippy Downs Drive upgrade project now underway 20 September 2018 | The fourth and final stage of the duplication of Sippy Downs Drive, which will significantly improve traffic flow for thousands of people every day and create an entry statement into the Sunshine Coast’s Know... More information...
Jack Morgan Park gives Coolum’s heart new life 20 September 2018 | Coolum's Jack Morgan Park has undergone a $1 million transformation creating a vibrant and relaxing community space that can be enjoyed any time of the day in the heart of the beachside town. More information...
School holidays filled with reptile scales and tadpole tales 19 September 2018 | Slippery snakes, radical reptiles and friendly frogs are taking centre stage these school holidays as Sunshine Coast Council unwraps the wonderful world of Reptile Scales and Tadpole Tales with a series of crea... More information...
Community to benefit from Coolum Aquatic Centre amenity upgrade 19 September 2018 | Last year it was a new splash pad and this year the amenities have been refurbished at Sunshine Coast Council’s Coolum Aquatic Centre just in time for the warmer weather. More information...
Caloundra Music Festival – for young and old.... 18 September 2018 | Got kids? Like music? Thought your days of rocking out at music festivals were long over? More information...
Sustainability at the Solar Farm succeeds again 18 September 2018 | The Sunshine Coast Solar Farm has been recognised once again, taking out the Environmental and Sustainability Award at the Australian Regional Development Conference Awards 2018 held today (September 18). More information...
Concept design for Bli Bli streetscape and new public park unveiled 18 September 2018 | Sunshine Coast Council is planning a streetscape upgrade and a new public park for the growing Bli Bli community, which will tie in together to improve the look of the Bli Bli Town Centre and create a new commu... More information...
Land for Wildlife celebrates its 20 year anniversary 14 September 2018 | The Sunshine Coast is well-known as the home of high profile wildlife champions, but the region is also home to a small army of dedicated, passionate private landholders who have steadily worked to restore their... More information...
Brisbane Symphony Orchestra returning to Venue 114 14 September 2018 | The Brisbane Symphony Orchestra, along with Oriana Choir, will return to Venue 114 (formerly known as Lake Kawana Community Centre) in November with Karl Jenkins' work The Armed Man (a Mass for Peace). More information...



Social:   
comments powered by Disqus

All articles submitted by third parties or written by My Sunshine Coast come under our Disclaimer / Terms of Service