A group of four Australians have set out to explore the island of Arks Island, the home of cavs, in a quest to find out what they could learn from their trip.
They plan to take their camera equipment with them on their journey and photograph the island as part of a research project in an attempt to better understand how to capture and store cavs and to help conservation efforts around the world.
They have already travelled to the island and are looking to find cavs living there in order to get their pictures and videos of the birds.
A study published in the journal Conservation Biology, which looks at the impacts of invasive species on wildlife, showed that Cavies are a significant threat to native birds in Australia.
“Cavies are an invasive species that are impacting the native species in Australia and New Zealand,” the study said.
When cavs are introduced into the wild, they cause severe damage to the birds and their habitats, and are a cause for concern for Australia’s biodiversity and species.””
Cavs are the main predators of the domestic birds such as songbirds, warblers, sparrows, and quail, which are critical to the survival of Australia’s native birds.”
When cavs are introduced into the wild, they cause severe damage to the birds and their habitats, and are a cause for concern for Australia’s biodiversity and species.
“It is estimated that there are more than 4 million cavs currently living in Australia, with around 30 per cent of these in New Zealand and New Caledonia.”
They are one of many invasive species in New Calyc, which is a small country in the south of New Zealand.
“Our goal is to learn about the impacts that invasive species have on native birds and the potential for the conservation of the native bird population,” the researchers said.
“Our goal with this project is to explore how cavs impact native birds as well as how we can mitigate the effects of invasive organisms on native wildlife populations.”
Cavscats are native to the Arks Islands, but they are not native to Australia.