Saving dingo vital despite pest status

By Aidan Smith
November 27 2018 - 9:00pm
A purebred dingo found at Colong Colony Dingoes, in New South Wales. The dingoes are in lots of small family groups, not in one large pack, as they are easier to manage and it is better for the animals' welfare. Photo from Colong Station Dingo Colony, Blue Mountains, by photographer Olivia McDowell.

WHILE the dingo has retained its native species status under the State's Biodiversity Conservation (BC) Act 2016 farmers can still control numbers on agricultural land, according to the office of Environment Minister Stephen Dawson.

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