Kaylene Allan – Cat Management Officer, Kingborough Council, reports here on the many and various activities that have been undertaken on Bruny Island since June 2018.
Bruny Islanders are invited to submit their views on the By Law and cat management in these two surveys.
- Bruny Island Cat Management
- Bruny Island Cat By Law
For the latest information about the various activities happening on Bruny Island in relation to feral and domestic cat management see the document here by Kaylene Allan, Cat Management Officer at Kingborough Council.
Topics covered in this update are:
- Control of stray and feral cats
- Management of domestic cats
– Bruny Island Cat By-law to be introduced June 2019.
– Bruny Island Aboriginal Community Ranger program
- Monitoring and research
– Surveys of Short-tailed Shearwaters, Little Penguins and Hooded Plovers
– Investigating feral cats and other predators at the Neck
– Tracking feral cats at the Neck Game Reserve and feral cat density and distribution on North Bruny
– Investigating the diet of feral cats at the Neck
– Cat management feasibility study
– Future research.
The Bruny Island Cat Management Project is
generously supported by many partners