Pest and feral animals
Many introduced fauna species have become pest animals, affecting local biodiversity and urban environments. Species such as foxes and common mynahs can harm native species and become a nuisance to humans.
Companion animals like dogs and cats that roam freely may also become a public nuisance and threaten native wildlife.
Find out about fox baiting programs - where and when.
Feral rabbit populations are increasing on the North Shore and cause major environmental damage.
Feral cats live, hunt and reproduce in the wild. They are the same species as domestic cats but differ in how and where they live.
Information to help you recognise fire ants and who to call to report it.
Report a feral animal such as foxes, rabbits and indian mynahs.