Australian Wildlife Education: Wild Chats

Dingo management across Australia | Angus Emmot

December 27, 2021 Season 1 Episode 44
Dingo management across Australia | Angus Emmot
Australian Wildlife Education: Wild Chats
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Australian Wildlife Education: Wild Chats
Dingo management across Australia | Angus Emmot
Dec 27, 2021 Season 1 Episode 44

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Today's Wild Chat is with Angus Emmot a grazier, naturalist and owner of Noonbah Station found within the Longreach Shire, Queensland Australia.


Angus is well renowned for being the 3rd generation on Noonbah station and also for his naturalist work and amazing photography. Angus Works for the Queensland Museum and is not short of a project as he stands strong with his voice for topics such as Dingo management, farming and the latest with Fracking within the Lake Eyre Basin and Channel country.


Angus talks in depth about Australia's land apex predator, the Dingo, and how they are now classed as a Wild Dog and therefore targeted with poison in order to supposedly protect our farmers' livestock. 


Listen to the following Wild Chat to find out how removing the Dingo, an apex predator, can have devastating effects on the biodiversity of the habitats and ecosystems and what Angus did on his grazing land that has worked!


To connect with Angus find him here:


https://www.facebook.com/angus.emmott


https://www.instagram.com/angusemmottphotography



Please connect with Jodie and Matt here: 


http://www.instagram.com/australian_wildlife_education


Enjoy the following Wild Chat!


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We hope you enjoyed that Wild Chat!
To continue delivering educational wildlife material we need your support! Please subscribe, share and review our podcast and for a step further you can help us out by clicking on the "buy me a coffee " link or "support the show" link here.

We appreciate your support and feedback so please reach out to us any time via the following contact:
Email - thewildchatspodcast@gmail.com
Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/australian_wildlife_education
Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/australianwildlifeeducation
Website - https://www.zootoyou.com.au

Jodie Creek and Matt Cornish

Show Notes

Send us a Text Message.

Today's Wild Chat is with Angus Emmot a grazier, naturalist and owner of Noonbah Station found within the Longreach Shire, Queensland Australia.


Angus is well renowned for being the 3rd generation on Noonbah station and also for his naturalist work and amazing photography. Angus Works for the Queensland Museum and is not short of a project as he stands strong with his voice for topics such as Dingo management, farming and the latest with Fracking within the Lake Eyre Basin and Channel country.


Angus talks in depth about Australia's land apex predator, the Dingo, and how they are now classed as a Wild Dog and therefore targeted with poison in order to supposedly protect our farmers' livestock. 


Listen to the following Wild Chat to find out how removing the Dingo, an apex predator, can have devastating effects on the biodiversity of the habitats and ecosystems and what Angus did on his grazing land that has worked!


To connect with Angus find him here:


https://www.facebook.com/angus.emmott


https://www.instagram.com/angusemmottphotography



Please connect with Jodie and Matt here: 


http://www.instagram.com/australian_wildlife_education


Enjoy the following Wild Chat!


Support the Show.

We hope you enjoyed that Wild Chat!
To continue delivering educational wildlife material we need your support! Please subscribe, share and review our podcast and for a step further you can help us out by clicking on the "buy me a coffee " link or "support the show" link here.

We appreciate your support and feedback so please reach out to us any time via the following contact:
Email - thewildchatspodcast@gmail.com
Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/australian_wildlife_education
Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/australianwildlifeeducation
Website - https://www.zootoyou.com.au

Jodie Creek and Matt Cornish