Myrtleford and surrounding areas are poised to see an influx of Indian Mynas following on from a successful breeding season.
This information session will highlight the environmental damage these birds will inflict on our area, and give useful tips and support on identifying Indian Myna birds and control recomendations.
Come along for a free Indian Myna information session provided by the Myrtleford & District Landcare and Sustainability Group, Ovens Landcare Network and the Alpine Shire.
The success of keeping the Alpine Shire Indian Myna free will be reliant on astute citizens to correctly identify and take action upon an Indian Myna sighting.
The session will cover Indian Myna biology & habits, current distribution, control methods and Dr Andrew Colson (Ovens and King Veterinary Hospital) will speak on the ethical issues associated with controlling pest birds.