Donkeys can be found across much of the Kimberley region. Under
the right conditions, their numbers increase exponentially and
their impact on the natural environment becomes severe. For many of
the pastoralists, donkeys are considered Feral Enemy Number One.
Feral cats can also be found in the Kimberley, as well
as feral pigs and horses. The latter two have a limited
distribution and so their effects are localised. Feral species that
have the most potential to significantly impact on the natural
environment or pastoral activities include the following:
Kimberley collars judas donkeys
THE adaptation of modern tracking technology including solar-powered devices has proved a boon for a major program to eradicate feral donkeys in the southern Kimberley The Judas program begun in 1994 achieved a major… [read more...