Our threatened species team take on feral cats in Kakadu
You may have seen in the media a study by researchers under the Australian Government’s National Science Environment Program found that feral cats now occupy more than 99.8 per cent of Australia. Feral cats pose one of the biggest threats to our small native mammals. Unfortunately the Top End of Australia is not immune. That’s why Kakadu’s threatened species team have been developing an efficient strategy for management of feral cats.