A sighting of a red-eared slider turtle must be reported to Biosecurity QLD within 24 hours
Red-eared slider turtle
Report an invasive animal sighting
  • Last updated:
  • 13 Jan 2020

Spotted an invasive animal in our region? Find out who to report it to or what action you should take below.

  • Get help to protect your place
  • Find out about the Mary River Turtle Protection Program
  • Learn about feral cats and their impacts

Feral chital deer (alert species)

Feral fallow, red or rusa (priority species)

  • Get help to protect your place
  • Find out about the Mary River Turtle Protection Program
  • Learn about feral pigs and their impacts
  • Get help to protect your place
  • Find out about the Coastal Fox Control Program
  • Find out about the Mary River Turtle Protection Program
  • Learn about foxes and their impacts


  • Get help to protect your place
  • Learn about Indian mynas and their impacts





  • Get help to protect your place
  • Find out about the Community Wild Dog Program
  • Find out about the Wild Dog Partnership Program 
  • Find out about the Mary River Turtle Protection Program
  • Learn about wild dogs and their impacts

All sightings of prohibited species must be reported to Biosecurity Queensland within 24 hours.

Sightings of any other species can be reported via FeralScan (a free resource that maps invasive animal activity across Australia).

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