We research and monitor ecological restoration and provide people with info on how to improve management of Australia’s arid lands. Feral predators are the greatest concern for Arid Recovery’s mission to reintroduce native wildlife to the arid zone, and are our greatest priority for research.

Our goals are to understand how feral predators are so effective, and to test targeted ways of controlling them. We hope this research will be useful to wildlife conservation well beyond outback SA.

While some research is conducted by Arid Recovery staff, other research is in collaboration with external agencies. Arid Recovery maintains research links with the University of Adelaide, the SA Arid Lands NRM Board and the UNSW.

Feral Proof Fence
Feral Cats
Controlling Feral Predators
Reserve Layout
Publications