Foxes are causing environmental damage every year by preying on native Australian Wildlife.
The Hunting habits of foxes significantly contribute to the decline of a number of native species and add to extinction pressures.
Foxes exhibit surplus killing behaviour, they will kill more than they can eat to cache food supplies for when food is scarce.
Effective fox control has been shown to reduce this pressure as well as allowing population recovery.
Foxes have been shown to cause lamb losses of 10-30%, under extreme circumstances this can be as high as 50%.
Fox predation has also been reported on cows in birth difficulty, deer, ostrich and emu chicks as well as free range poultry.