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Community survey on flying foxes - closes on 12 October 2012

Last Updated on Sunday, 09 September 2012 03:55

comment-openThis is an opportunity to comment. Will there be a measurable increase with culling policies for fruit growers now introduced.

Click on image to left to complete survey online or phone 132523

Biosecurity Queensland is calling on members of the general public to participate in an online survey about flying foxes. The survey aims to gain a better understanding of public opinions, attitudes and knowledge of flying foxes and possible flying fox management options. 

Due to the number of Hendra virus incidents in recent years, some communities have become more aware of the presence of flying foxes and the viruses that can be carried by these animals.

In areas where dispersal of flying foxes has either been proposed or has occurred, there has also been some concern about possible increased virus excretion from flying foxes as a result of dispersal.

Survey link from this page and research link here 

Hendra virus - the facts is a balanced report from tourism interests in Port Douglas

This factsheet from CAIRNS REGIONAL COUNCIL is also very informative and busts 10 BAT MYTHS 


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