LISMORE’S INDIAN MYNA POPULATION A MAJOR PROBLEM

The Indian Myna bird population is on the rise in Lismore and council is teaming up with the community to keep the pests under control.

Its recruiting volunteers into into ‘trapping program’ which it hopes will drive numbers down.

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