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References used within FAQ pages

Bengsen 2014, Effects of coordinated poison-baiting programs on survival and abundance in two red fox populations, Wildlife Research, 41, 194-202

Bob Irwin and Amanda French 2016, The Last Crocodile Hunter A Father and Son Legacy, Allen & Unwin Crows Nest NSW Australia, 208-209

Carter et al. (2012) Fox-baiting in agricultural landscapes in south-eastern Australia: a case-study appraisal and suggestions for improvement, Ecological Managament & Restoration, 12:3, 214-223

Claridge et al. (2010), Trends in the activity levels of forest-dwelling vertebrate fauna against a background of intensive baiting for foxes, Forest Ecology and Management, 260, 822-832

DAFWA on fox baiting:

Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, Biosecurity Queensland, DAFF, (2014) Fact Sheet, PEST ANIMAL CONTROL, July 2014, Sodium flouroacetate (1080).

DEPI on Red Fox:

IUCN 2008 on Vulpes vulpes: 

NSW Environment & Heritage 2016

Petel et al. (2001), Bait palatability influences the caching behaviour of the red fox (Vulpes vulpes), Wildlife Research, 2001, 28, 395–401

Several governmental information sheets on fox control (FoxFact , SA; European red fox, QLD; 1080 – Characteristics and use, WA).

Thompson and Fleming (1994) Evaluation of the Efficacy of 1080 Poisoning of Red Foxes using Visitation to Non-toxic Baits as an Index of Fox Abundance, Wildlife Research 21, 27-39

Thomson et al. (2000). The effectiveness of a large-scale baiting campaign and an evaluation of a buffer zone strategy for fox control. Wildlife Research 27, 465–472

Unpopular Science (2016). Making a Killing: Which is the Most Humane Method of Execution?


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