In order to tackle our wily fox problem, I recently spent quite a bit of time sourcing a local shooter who could assist. Fortunately I ventured across the Sporting Shooting of Australia's Farm Assist Program, which provides free farm pest control services to those of us who can't do it ourselves.
Simply upload your requirements into the SSAA's website, and they will send out an email to their large database. From there you'll have dozens of job applications from local shooters emailed to your inbox.
Our friendly SSAA shooter pots off a few bunnies each week, to leave as bait to train the foxes into a certain area where he can reliably locate them. He also installs motion activated cameras on nearby trees, and comes back once or twice a week to collect the data. His cameras take both video and still shots.
So imagine my surprise when our shooter texts me the photo from his tree-cam below.... not of a fox. It seems our pesky wedge tailed eagles have moved in for good.