Red Card for Foxes, Cats and Rabbits

Red Card for Rabbits and Foxes

Working together for Maximum Impact

Red Card for Rabbits and Foxes is a community based feral animal management program that operates across the agricultural
regions of Western Australia.

REGISTER

Red Card for foxes, cats and rabbits

community based feral animal management

Operating across the agricultural regions of Western Australia.

get involved

Red Card for foxes, cats and rabbits

community based feral animal management

Operating across the agricultural regions of Western Australia.

get involved

Red Card for foxes, cats and rabbits

WOrking together for maximum impact

Red Card for Rabbits and Foxes is a community based feral animal management program that operates across the agricultural regions of Western Australia.

REGISTER

Red Card for foxes, cats and rabbits

COMMUNITY BASED FERAL ANIMAL MANAGEMENT

Operating across the agricultural regions of Western Australia.

GET INVOLVED

Red Card for foxes, cats and rabbits

COMMUNITY BASED FERAL ANIMAL MANAGEMENT

Operating across the agricultural regions of Western Australia.

GET INVOLVED

Upcoming shooting weekend

SSAA WA Spring Shooting Date

Friday 17th -Sunday 19th November 2017

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Dear Red Card Supporters

Click HERE to find out how to get involved as a participant.

You can also
join in as a Local Area Coordinator hosting an event.


Spring dates for 2022:


27-28 August 2022


24-25 September 2022


22-23 October 2022




Autumn Dates for 2023:

4-5 February 2023
18-19 February 2023

4-5 March 2023
25-26 March 2023

8-9 April 2023

SSAA (WA) and Regional Men's Health

Sporting Shooters Association of Australia WA is donating $5 for every cat and fox culled
(up to $20,000 annually) to the Regional Men's Health Initiative .

Local area coordinators

The Community Fox Shoots and the Hotbaiting Period would not be possible without the hard work of volunteers.  These case studies outline the value of volunteers to the program.  Have a read and become inspired to become a local area coordinator too!

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  • WHy should i Bait?

    The most efficient way to reduce the impact of ferals is to conduct a strategic coordinated program over a number of land holdings.  

    FIND OUT MORE
  • 1080 Accreditation

    In order to lay baits on your property you must become accredited and apply for a permit through the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development.

    FIND OUT MORE

How can you get involved?

There's a lot of things you can do:

Register your shoot

Register as a local area coordinator to host an event and have others join your shoot.

Become 1080 Accredited

In order to be recognised as trained in the safe use and handling of 1080, you must complete the written assessment .

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