Foxes were introduced to Australia for the traditional English sport of fox hunting around 1845.
This coincided with the spread of rabbits in Australia. Foxes cause a serious threat to native vegetation and wildlife.
Evidence suggests red foxes are a primary cause in the decline and extinction of many small and medium-sized rodent and marsupial species in Australia. They also prey on many bird species.
If you have a problem with foxes on your property, please call us and together we can workout a plan to get rid of them.