Every year many land managers employ contractors to undertake a rabbit control on their property. Having a reliable contractor with the right skills and equipment is important for effective rabbit control and having some knowledge yourself of how to manage rabbits is also important, as it will give you better results for the long term. […]

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New Case Study

13 November, 2020

To continue our celebration of NAIDOC Week, we wanted to share with you a NEW case study. Acknowledging that delivering rabbit control in Aboriginal sensitive landscapes can be a challenge for land managers and community, the Victorian Rabbit Action Network (VRAN) secured funding from the Australian Government’s White Paper project to host a ‘Building Cultural Awareness Workshop’. This […]

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09 November, 2020

NAIDOC Week will be celebrated this week across Australia. It celebrates the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. NAIDOC stands for ‘National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee’, which emerged from Aboriginal groups in the 1920s that worked to raise awareness of the status and treatment of Aboriginal people. This year’s […]

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Biodiversity Month

07 September, 2020

With National Threatened Species Day celebrated on 7 September and Biodiversity Month celebrated during September, it’s time for everyone to start thinking about what you’d like to protect, conserve or improve in your backyard or community. Currently 70% of Australia’s sensitive landscape is inhabited by rabbits and they have been listed as the greatest threat […]

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