Wild Animal Monitoring & Assessment
Animal Pest Management Services specialises in the monitoring and assessment of feral animals, including foxes, rabbits, and a range of other invasive species.
We use the latest scientific methods to ensure our wildlife management techniques are kept up-to-date, and we go above and beyond to keep wild animal numbers under control in Western Australia, and across the country.
Our expansive suite of services includes the monitoring of wild animals. Whether it’s native fauna or feral animal populations, Animal Pest Management Services can survey the presence, abundance, and activity or damage levels of feral animal species.
We have a number of proven methods in place to achieve this, all of which utilise safe, scientific practices that have an excellent track record when it comes to achieving desirable results.
Our monitoring and assessment techniques include:
– Pit fall trapping
– Cage trapping
– Camera trapping
– Sand plots, track counts and etc
– Vegetation monitoring
– Transect distance sampling, including ground, vehicle, and aerial
– Spotlight counting, which can utilise night vision and thermal imaging equipment
Whether we’re catching feral animals in cage traps, or keeping track of how much vegetation they’re disturbing, we’re always actively working to monitor how many invasive species are prevalent in Western Australia, and other parts of the country.
In the past, we have worked closely with peak industry bodies, and have helped reduce, and even eliminate, the prevalence of feral animal predators on large-scale projects, such as the Gnaraloo Feral Animal Control program (GFACP).
Through our use of GPS data and GIS mapping, we can provide comprehensive reports for our clients, which are fully referenced, and composed using carefully curated scientific data.
With a keen focus on ensuring feral animals don’t get out of control, and the rate of wild predators are kept to a minimum, Animal Pest Management Services’ comprehensive monitoring and assessment service is the best in Western Australia, and across the country.