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Use your Mobile Phone to map Myna Birds


iPhone, Android and iPad users can now access MynaScan and record myna bird data much more quicky while in the field. The new Mobile Mapping Facility enables you to record sightings using your mobile phone, and examine myna bird data throughout your local area. This is a valuable addition to MynaScan and can be used by local governments, NRM groups, community groups, schools and individuals.
 
Visit www.feralscan.org.au with your mobile phone and start mapping today. 

NEW iPhone APP - Field Guide to Pest Animals of Australia

 
Mobile phone and iPad users can now access the latest information about Australia’s pest animals via the new Field Guide to Pest Animals App. Recently developed by the Invasive Animals CRC, this App contains species profiles for 31 of Australia’s worst pest animals, and includes species descriptions, photo galleries, footprints, audio calls, maps, control techniques, and quick links to plenty of pest control resources. Learn about the pest animals in your area with this new App. This App is a valuable education resource for community groups, schools, landholders and educators.

Download the App from the Apple Store (https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/field-guide-to-pest-animals/id634197149?mt=8). 
 
Read more at www.feral.org.au (external website)

Why communities are concerned

 
For those communities that have seen the invasion of myna birds, the problem is serious. The colonisation of myna birds has almost always coincided with a sharp decline in native wildlife. The community can be a powerful hand in turning things around. Bill Handke talks about the importance of controlling myna birds and how people can get involved.

Find a community group in your area 

 
There are many community groups and local government councils controlling myna birds. Click here to find your nearest myna control group.

Experts deliver encouraging recommendations in Victoria 

 
A recent workshop involving representatives from community groups, government and research institutions discussed opportunities to stop the westerly invasion of Common (Indian) Mynas in Victoria. Lessons learnt can be applied elsewhere.
 
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CONTROL ADVICE

  • Never approach traps during daylight hours as trapped myna birds may give an alarm call that other birds will hear. Thereafter they may perceive the trap as a threat - Bill Handke
  • Make sure there is plenty of food, water and shelter in your myna bird trap - Happy lure birds (callers) will attract others - Nick K
  • Email your top control tips to mynascan@feralscan.org.au and we’ll display them here
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