Cape York Weeds and Feral Animals Inc.
Catalogued Resources on Cape York NRM Maps & Data
|2017-07||Pond Apple Control Hopevale and South Cape Bedford||
The Hopevale Congress Rangers and Cape York Weeds and Feral Animals Inc carried out on ground control of Pond Apple in May-June 2017 in and around Cape York Peninsula's East coast, specifically, strategically targeting the areas of Hopevale and South Cape Bedford areas and surrounds.
|2016-07||East Coast Pond Apple Survey and Control||
This project continues the Pond Apple control work in the Mt Amos and Cooktown area by Cape York Weeds and Feral Animals Inc, in association with Jabalbina Yalanji Aboriginal Corporation, South Cape York Catchments, Cook Shire Council and the Traditional owners. These activities build upon work already undertaken and ensure we further encourage the return of biodiversity in our unique environment. Surveys will occured in areas to the north, south and west of these currently controlled areas to further reduce the Pond Apple seed spread. This map reflects the sites controlled and surveyed in 2015-2016.
|2015-04||Butchers Hill Station Pest Management Plan||
The Plan's purpose is to manage the land of Butchers Hill Station, in a sustainable way, by controlling weeds and pest animals on the property, and ensuring its economic and environmental viability continues into the future.
The objectives for weed and feral animal management in Butchers Hill Station over the next 4 years are: 1. To prevent the introduction of any new weed species on the property or new infestations of existing species in clean areas; 2. All high priority weeds to be reduced in area and/or reduced in density of current infestations; 3. To contain or reduce in area all medium priority weeds; and, 4. To reduce the number of feral animals within 5 years.
|2012-03||Jim's Joint Property Pest Management Plan||
The plan has been prepared to protect the economy and environment of “Jim’s Joint” from the adverse impacts of weeds and feral animals.Objectives to be achieved within the life of the plan (4 years) are: 1) To prevent the introduction of any new weeds in the next 4 years; 2) To reduce in area all high priority weeds and/or to reduce the density of current infestations; 3) To contain or reduce medium and low priority weeds within 4 years; and, 4) To reduce the number of feral animals within 4 years
|2008-12||Julery Pastoral Property Pest Management Plan||
The plan represents a workable pest management program which identifies, combats and eradicates declared environmental pest plants and feral animals for Julery Pastoral. The goal of the pest management plan is to guarantee the land is managed in a sustainable way which ensures economical and environment viability.