Invasive animals are those which are not native to Tasmania and could aggressively invade and establish in the state if they gain a foothold or are freely allowed to spread.
Not wanted! A range of invasive animals pose a serious threat to biodiversity in Tasmania and have the potential for significant impacts on the state's unique wildlife, environment and agriculture.
In this topic
- Invasive MammalsEarly detection allows a rapid response to invasive threats. You can assist in keeping invasive species out of Tasmania by being on the lookout for the animals below.
- Invasive BirdsNot wanted! You can assist in keeping invasive species out of Tasmania by being on the lookout for these invasive birds.
- Invasive Freshwater SpeciesInformation about freshwater species, such as fish, turtles and algae, that are Not Wanted in Tasmania.
- Invasive Species - Other PestsInformation on bird control, ants and insects and other invertebrate pests.
Profiles invasive species that are a threat to Tasmania's environment and economy. The Feral Deck was produced by the Threatened Species Network, a community-based collaboration between the Australian Government and WWF-Australia
Feral Deck (3Mb)