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Dingo conservation and wild dog control have historically been seen as antagonistic. Pest animal management provisions in the new Rural Lands Protection Act 1998 will bind the crown and make it imperative that policies for agricultural protection and conservation address these historic differences.

This paper examines legislation relating to the control of dingoes and wild dogs in New South Wales, and outlines an approach to future management.

Breckwoldt R. 1988 A Very Elegant Animal: The Dingo. Angus and Robertson: North Ryde.
Corbett L. K., 1995 The Dingo in Australia and Asia. University of New South Wales Press: Sydney.
Fleming P. J. S., 1996. Ground-placed baits for the control of wild dogs; evaluation of a replacement-baiting strategy in north-eastern New South Wales. Wildlife Research 23: 729-740.
National Parks and Wildlife Service, 1997. National Parks and Wildlife Service Field Management Policy 2.6, Management of Wild Dogs.
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Breckwoldt R. 1988 A Very Elegant Animal: The Dingo. Angus and Robertson: North Ryde.
Corbett L. K., 1995 The Dingo in Australia and Asia. University of New South Wales Press: Sydney.
Fleming P. J. S., 1996. Ground-placed baits for the control of wild dogs; evaluation of a replacement-baiting strategy in north-eastern New South Wales. Wildlife Research 23: 729-740.
National Parks and Wildlife Service, 1997. National Parks and Wildlife Service Field Management Policy 2.6, Management of Wild Dogs.
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