CSU ecologist David Watson calls for multifaceted approach to tackling feral cats, says bounty hunting could be included

Lachlan Grey
Updated March 16 2018 - 7:27am, first published March 15 2018 - 10:30am
EXPERT VIEW: CSU professor David Watson has called for an multifaceted approach to tackling feral cats across the country. Picture: Supplied
EXPERT VIEW: CSU professor David Watson has called for an multifaceted approach to tackling feral cats across the country. Picture: Supplied

A CSU ecologist has called for a “concerted” and “multi-faceted” approach to Wagga’s feral cat outbreak, one that could conceivably include bounty hunting.

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Lachlan Grey

Lachlan Grey

Sports Journalist at The Daily Advertiser

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