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Australian feral camel management project evaluation



Ninti One and the Australian feral camel management project (AFCMP) are hosting a workshop in Canberra on 21 November, to present their research findings and concluding results from the program.

Despite the project's conclusion in the next few months, the evaluation aims to present the message that the AFCMP represents just the first step in a long-term campaign to reduce the impact of feral camels across remote Australia, and that more work will need to be planned and carried out in future.

The evaluation will additionally present important research learnt about camels, their behaviour and their impact on the environment, on remote communities and on the pastoral industry, as well as account for the success in reducing camel numbers in key areas of the inland.

The final report will be released during the event and will be available from Ninti One's website.


Ninti One Limited
PO Box 3971
Alice Springs NT 0871
Ph: (08) 8959 6000


Last updated: 6 November 2013
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