Indian Myna Trap building workshop

Indian Myna numbers are increasing across our region and are a serious environmental threat to native wildlife.

Indian myna

Indian myna


Indian Mynas:

  • are one of the most invasive animal species in the world
  • take over nesting hollows, evicting birds and small mammals, and prey on nestlings
Indian myna trap

Indian myna trap

Learn how to build a trap to catch and dispose of these pests.

The Upper Goulburn Landcare Network will be holding a Trap Building workshop.


When: Saturday 28th February 2015

Where: Yea Men’s Shed

Raglan Street, Yea (behind Yea Community House)

Time: 9am – 2pm

What to bring: Gloves, wire cutters, pliers


Or 57974405

 Instructor: Max Caithness – Yarra Indian Myna Action Group

Limited places available Workshop is full

If there is enough interest, a second workshop may be held

 To register your interest in attending a possible second workshop please contact Judy Watts at or 57974405


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