This online engagement was hosted on YourSAy from 23 September to 3 November 2019. Below is a record of this engagement.
We need your help to guide how we manage little corella populations in South Australia.
What is being decided?
South Australia’s population of little corellas has significantly increased over the last 50 years. This is due to an increase in little corella attractive landscapes.
They have benefited from native vegetation clearance, agriculture and irrigation, and are now thriving in urban environments.
However, large populations of little corellas damage crops, recreational spaces, vehicles, electrical wiring and wooden structures, defoliate trees and cause a social nuisance.
The Department for Environment and Water have co-designed a draft South Australian Little Corella Management Strategy with 22 councils as well as other relevant stakeholders to help lessen the impact of this abundant species on the state, communities and landholders.
The co-designed strategy is underpinned by the decades of research into little corellas and bird management techniques, to strategically and humanely deal with the little corella impacts for the long-term.
We are now seeking your feedback on the draft South Australian Little Corella Management Strategy.
How can your input influence the decision?
Your input will help finalise this draft strategy, which will help decide how we manage little corellas.
To have your say, read the draft South Australian Little Corella Management Strategy and the factsheet and provide your feedback.
- Complete the survey
- Email your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org
Post your feedback to:
Department for Environment and Water
GPO Box 1047
Adelaide SA 5001
Please note: your written submission may be made publicly available unless you indicate you wish for it to remain confidential.
What are the next steps?
It is expected the strategy will be finalised in December 2019.
The final strategy together with a feedback summary will be publicly available on YourSAy and the Department for Environment and Water websites.
For more information contact:
- Phone: Wildlife Programs, 8207 7738
- Email: email@example.com