Biodiversity and Domestic Animals

One of the most significant threats to urban biodiversity is domestic pets. 
The Domestic Animals Act 2000 (ACT) provides a number of mechanisms that place controls on the management of domestic animals, which in turn minimise negative impacts on biodiversity. A key measure in this regard is cat curfews in suburbs abutting nature reserves.

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