Options for a National Registration Scheme for Native and Exotic Live Birds

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Public consultation on the Options for a National Registration Scheme for Native and Exotic Live Birds is closed. Thank you for sharing your feedback.

How you had your say

We sought feedback from people on the potential feasibility, development, and options for implementing a national scheme to help prove the lineage of bird specimens being exported out of Australia.

We invited feedback from people across many sectors including:

  • members of the public who hold, breed or trade in exotic and native birds;
  • representative groups that have members who engage in such activities;
  • zoological societies or groups; animal health, welfare and conservation groups;
  • representatives of State & Territory Governments involved in bird export regulations, systems, and processes;
  • academic experts and technology providers who have expertise in technologies/emerging approaches that might support the establishment of a new registration scheme.

Views and insights were shared through an online survey and written submissions.

What happens next

A summary of the feedback and submissions provided through this process will be provided to ThinkPlace and will help inform the development of their final report to the Department. In some instances, ThinkPlace may contact you to seek further clarification about your input or submission.

The final report detailing potential feasibility and options for the system is scheduled to be provided to the department in October 2021.

Contact us

Email: wta@environment.gov.au

Public consultation on the Options for a National Registration Scheme for Native and Exotic Live Birds is closed. Thank you for sharing your feedback.

How you had your say

We sought feedback from people on the potential feasibility, development, and options for implementing a national scheme to help prove the lineage of bird specimens being exported out of Australia.

We invited feedback from people across many sectors including:

  • members of the public who hold, breed or trade in exotic and native birds;
  • representative groups that have members who engage in such activities;
  • zoological societies or groups; animal health, welfare and conservation groups;
  • representatives of State & Territory Governments involved in bird export regulations, systems, and processes;
  • academic experts and technology providers who have expertise in technologies/emerging approaches that might support the establishment of a new registration scheme.

Views and insights were shared through an online survey and written submissions.

What happens next

A summary of the feedback and submissions provided through this process will be provided to ThinkPlace and will help inform the development of their final report to the Department. In some instances, ThinkPlace may contact you to seek further clarification about your input or submission.

The final report detailing potential feasibility and options for the system is scheduled to be provided to the department in October 2021.

Contact us

Email: wta@environment.gov.au