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New Cat Traps!
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New Cat Traps!

WICC has purchased 4 new cage traps for feral cat control on the Nullaki, partially funded by donations received through the WICC website. The cages are from a premiere WA manufacturer, feature smooth operation and sturdy construction, and are hot-dip galvanised for years of service. They are treadle-actuated, which means they are easily baited, and...

Nullaki Monitoring Plan
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Nullaki Monitoring Plan

How many foxes do we have roaming the Nullaki? Are the feral cats widespread, or confined to certain areas? Do we have bandicoots wandering around at night? Are the rabbits really worse than in previous years? To answer these and other questions, WICC and Nullaki Conservation Initiative have implemented a plan to provide a consistent...

Arum Lily – wicked beauty
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Arum Lily – wicked beauty

Arum Lily, Zantedeschia aethiopica, was introduced to WA from South Africa more than 100 years ago as a garden plant. It is now a widespread and well-established weed, and the sale or propagation of this declared pest has been prohibited since 2006. It thrives in the moist conditions of the Southwest, where it chokes out...