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Australia has the highest record for biodiversity loss anywhere in the world. Since the arrival of Europeans, more than 110 plant and animal species have become extinct. Much of this loss has been caused by feral pest animals.

There are 57 species of feral pest animals in Australia, with cats, dogs, foxes, pigs, mynah birds, deer, donkeys, camels and cane toads considered the worst in environmental and economic terms.

Depending upon regional requirements, legislation and budgetary constraints, public agencies retain some capabilities to manage the impact of invasive species on infrastructure, urban areas, protected native species and native flora and fauna. When these capabilities are overwhelmed, AVert Services are able to seamlessly support your existing feral pest management projects and ongoing operations, safely and to the highest operational standards.

Our passionate and experienced team are trained and equipped with all available technologies to deliver effective and efficient feral pest management services.   

Talk to us today about how we can assist you through a performance-based project or retained contracting model specific to your local requirements.

AVert Services provide solutions across a range of industry sectors.

Primary Production

Councils, State and Federal Government

Facilities Managers

“Invasive species are Australia’s number one extinction threat”

UN - Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES)