Clarence Valley Conservation in Action (Landcare) has two distinct operational units - Cane Toad Education & Control and Indian (Common) Myna Education & Control.
Laura & Kevin Noble manage the Indian Myna control side and can be contacted by email on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 6649 4712 & 0456 472 177. Generally this involves private landowners using a specially designed non lethal cage traps to attract and trap Mynas on their property. Traps are loaned out at no charge.
The Cane Toad group is coordinated by Scott Lenton and he can be contacted by email on email@example.com or mobile 0438 430 234. Alternatively phone Sharon Lehman on 0411 020 394. Toad control is a manual task generally undertaken by a group of volunteers on private or public lands at night (mostly on a Friday) during the warmer months (October-May).
General CVCIA enquireies can be directed to Sharon Lehman.
Both groups need further assistance from volunteers with their projects.
Suite 1 (upstairs) Dougherty House,48 Prince St,Grafton NSW 2460
PO Box 1657,Grafton NSW 2460
Shop 3,5 Druitt Ct,Coffs Harbour NSW 2450
Grafton NSW 2460, Australia
Disabled Access Available
PO Box 1657GRAFTON NSW 2460, Australia
Laura & Kevin Noble Indian Myna control
Scott Lenton Coordinator-Cane Toad control
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