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A new report by the Invasive Species Council, commissioned by the Bob Brown Foundation, proposes a feral deer management strategy to protect Tasmania’s high value natural, cultural and agricultural assets by reducing and containing the deer population to 10,000 by 2032.

The report contains 28 actions to reduce the impacts of feral deer on environmental, social, cultural and economic values. It proposes five feral deer biosecurity zones, including two eradication zones and one control and containment zones.

Media release: https://invasives.org.au/media-releases/report-warns-tasmanias-feral-deer-herd-out-of-control/

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