Invasive SpeciesAn invasive species is an introduced animal or plant that poses a significant threat to Tasmania's biodiversity, agriculture, community or economy. By being a responsible pet owner, and by reporting sightings of strange or unusual animals and plants to DPIPWE, you can help reduce the impact and spread of invasive species.
DPIPWE's Invasive Species Branch encourages a collaborative response between stakeholders and the community in the effort to protect Tasmania from the impacts of invasive species. Get informed, get involved or get invaded! Read more about the Invasive Species Branch.
Managing Wildlife Browsing and Grazing Losses
Know Your Ferals - brochure on introduced animals in Tasmania.
Publication of Declared Pests and Diseases now available online.
Going fishing in New Zealand? Beware of Didymo a freshwater algae, which can spread quickly.
National Pests and Disease Outbreaks website: www.outbreak.gov.au.
Invasive Species Branch
171 Westbury Road
PROSPECT TAS 7250
Phone: 03 6336 5320
Fax: 03 6336 5453
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