Hares were initially introduce into Australia in the 1830’s in Tasmania. Eventually Hares spread throughout various regions of Australia reaching plague proportions by the 1890’s and were regarded as a pest.
Hares can breed all year round and normally will breed up to 4 times year and are able to breed again straight after given birth. Hares cause significant damage to young trees and plants which is extremely detrimental to protected or national parks and revegetation sites. Hares will travel 3-4km in search of food and will feed on a wide range of food which can often prove a serious pest and economical loss to property and land owners.
Effective Hare removal and Hare pest control can be carried out but shooting and trapping by a licensed and exeprienced feral animal controller. QLD Pest & Feral Animal Management provide professional Hare removal and control using licensed and insured shooting and trapping services to Queensland regions.
For a professional and reliable feral animal pest control and Hare removal service for South East Queensland regions & Northern NSW areas such as Brisbane, Gold Coast, Ipswich, Kingscliff, Tweed, Cabarita, Logan, Scenic Rim and surrounding suburbs contact QLD Pest & Feral Animal Management for a expert feral animal control service.