Definition and acceptable condition of fox and wild dog body parts
Eligible applicants must submit an 'entire' fox scalp including both ears, the skin surrounding both eyes and the nose. Individual entire fox scalps can be air dried, frozen or fresh.
Entire fox scalps submitted in batches must be able to be readily separated into individual scalps for identification and counting.
No blocks of frozen entire fox scalps will be accepted. No putrefying material will be accepted.
No other body parts other than an entire fox scalp including both ears, the skin surrounding both eyes and the nose will be accepted.
Eligible applicants must submit an entire single piece of skin and fur running from the snout, incorporating the ears, along the animal's back and including the tail.
The skin must be submitted in a manner that enables it to be easily identified as a wild dog; for example, being flat and air dried.
No blocks of frozen wild dog skin pieces will be accepted. Frozen material must be defrosted prior to being submitted. No putrefying material will be accepted.
No other body parts other than an entire single piece of skin and fur running from the snout incorporating the eats along the animal's back and including the tail will be accepted.
Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources bounty collection staff reserve the right to reject material submitted for reward if the material does not meet the criteria described in the Terms and Conditions.
- Victorian Fox and Wild Dog Bounty Terms and Conditions
- Fox and Wild Dog Bounty Collection Schedule
- Frequently Asked Questions about the Bounty
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