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An intro and a half :)

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Re: An intro and a half :)

Postby Sparkles » Tue Nov 06, 2012 1:15 am

assuming the foxes remain territorial and defensive of their territories instead of giving in to the other males (not castrated) then it's a possibility. Assuming that has the potential to work with foxes, it would be a very expensive venture. But maybe.

I'd want surveys done with the cats; to see whether or not this would make an impact in areas where house cats are given free roam. I can't imaging cat levels would decrease very substantially after the initial decline in the event that there is nothing making cat owners keep their cars inside at all times.

There are a lot of problems here. For instance, as cage trapping is the only effecting feral cat removal mechanism apart from Foxes and Dingoes (remembering the foxes are a huge problem and some of us conservationists are still in the process if convincing the government on dingoes- we've got a long way to go there), where fox numbers decrease, feral cat numbers increase and there is a higher extinction rare of smaller marsupials.

It's a sticky situation. Solution: reintroduce dingoes, use multiple different updated methods to reduce fox and cat numbers.

Step 1: convince the government to reintroduce dingoes.
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Re: An intro and a half :)

Postby Cindy23323 » Sun Nov 18, 2012 8:21 am

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