Following the third session of the forum, we held a question and answer session facilitated by Paul Willis. The presentations (including posters) covered by this plenary session were:
Catherine Herbert (University of Sydney) - The paradox of “conservation islands”: What to do when threatened species threaten others?
David Milledge (Landmark Ecological Services), Hank Bower (Lord Howe Island Board) and Nicholas Carlile (Office of Environment and Heritage NSW) - Removing a threatened apex predator from an oceanic World Heritage island.
Lily van Eeden (University of Sydney) - What should we do about wild dogs?
Anne Kerle (Kerle Environmental) - The eastern grey kangaroo: a modern conservation dilemma.
Tanja Strive and Tarnya Cox (CSIRO Health & Biosecurity) - Lethal biological control of rabbits - Recent public concerns around the most powerful tool available for landscape scale mitigation of rabbit impacts.
Tanja Strive, Mark Tizard, Peter R. Brown, Steve Henry, Keith Hayes, Peter Caley, Lucy Carter and Andrew W. Sheppard - (CSIRO) - Opportunities for using novel genetic control tools for the control of Australian vertebrate pest species.
Nicola Harrod, Mike Braysher and Jasmyn Lynch (University of Canberra) - Translocation-related killing: killing of what to achieve what?
Justine Philip (Museums Victoria) - The Institutionalisation of Poison. A historical view of pest control in Australia since 1811