Funds for Flying Foxes Across the State

23 August 2021 Flying Fox Roost Management Grants Should Prioritise Coexistence Wildlife Queensland welcomes the Queensland Government’s Flying-fox Roost Management Local Governments Grants Program, which makes available $2 million in grant funding for 2021–2024 to...

Flying foxes to help fight invasive plants

For so long flying foxes have been the unfortunate recipients of misguided criticism. Could this innovative surveillance project help people see these misunderstood creatures in a more positive light? Biosecurity Queensland in partnership with the Gold Coast Council...

Balancing the bat argument – October 2017

Residents of Kingfisher Street in Albany Creek, Brisbane, have demanded that Council again disperses a local camp of flying-foxes. While we understand the potential problem of living near flying-foxes, Wildlife Queensland wishes to balance the argument with greater...

Flying-foxes in decline – we’re taking action – September 2017

Wildlife Queensland can now confirm that flying-fox populations are in decline, and a policy for the protection and conservation of Queensland’s mainland flying-fox species (spectacled flying-fox, black flying-fox, grey-headed flying-fox, and little red flying-fox) is...

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