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'Meet the Ferals' - ABC Landline

Produced and presented by reporter Prue Adams, this ten-part series will focus on a different feral animal each episode. The content has been gathered from the three decades Landline has been on air, with background information and support provided through our Centre.

The series will cover:

1.            wild dogs

2.            feral cats

3.            goats

4.            rabbits

5.            feral pigs

6.            wild deer

7.            brumbies

8.            cane toads

9.            camels

10.          carp

The first of five episodes began on December 1, in Landline’s Summer Series, and will air each week. The whole series will be available on iView and YouTube soon.

View the first two episodes on wild dogs & cats here -

 https://iview.abc.net.au/show/landline-summer?utm_source=CISS+external+e-news+subscriber+list&utm_campaign=9099ef6d29-

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