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Sponsors and Partners


 
The MynaScan project is part of the FeralScan Citizen Science program. This project provides a unique partnership that brings government, research, industry, business and community together to address the national problem of feral and pest animal species. All partners have interest in helping to reduce the problems caused by feral and pest animals to our primary producers, our communities, our environment, our biodiversity and our culture throughout Australia.
 
The project is an initiative of the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre (IACRC) in partnership with NSW Department of Primary Industries and the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences (ABARES) - through Caring for our Country. The project website and mapping tools are funded through the Australian Pest Animal Research Program (via ABARES).
 

 

 

 

Proud supporters

This program is also proudly supported by Woolworths, Toshiba, Landcare Australia, Western Catchment Management Authority (NSW), Ninti One Limited, the ABC, and community groups Australia-wide. All partners and supporters of this important national project are committed to protecting Australia from the damage caused by feral animals. Without their support, this project could not help landholders and communities Australia-wide.

Community partnership

 
MynaScan is proudly supported by the Canberra Indian Myna Action Group (CIMAG) (www.indianmynaaction.org.au). CIMAG has been strategically supporting control activities and critical research in the Canberra district for over 6 years and has successfully removed over 32,000 myna birds from the suburbs of the ACT through volunteer trapping programs. CIMAG provides community leadership and a wealth of on-ground expertise to support MynaScan. 
 
 

Project Partners and Supporters


 
 
 
 
 
 

 
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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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