Dingo data



THE National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) is calling on Clarence residents to report sightings of tagged dingoes in Yuraygir National Park.

As part of a recently completed study, the NPWS is monitoring the movements of dingoes within the park and is calling on all people to help them record dingo activity.

NPWS Clarence South area manager Andrew Lugg said the program would help control the local population.

"The ear-tagging enables us to track the movement and ranges of individual animals with the benefit of allowing the community to participate in research to determine the best way to manage the population," he said.

The NPWS was particularly interested in spottings around Wooli, Minnie Water and Station Creek.



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