Help our research: survey on wildlife and domestic animal interactions

5 February 2019

University of Queensland, PhD candidate Charlotte Tinsley, is conducting a survey to better understand the opinions of Australian primary producers regarding livestock-wildlife interactions.

This research focuses on the potential for transmission of disease between wildlife, domestic animals and humans which is of increasing importance as humans encroach on natural habitat (read more here).

The decision to conduct this survey developed from a realisation that the attitudes of Australian primary producers towards wildlife are under-represented in scientific literature. If you can help us with this research, please follow the link below.

Survey: Interactions between wildlife and domestic animals

The survey should take 10-15 mins to complete and is open to anyone breeding or keeping livestock including small/hobby farms and equine facilities.

Please share with your networks, and thank you for contributing to this important research!