FLYING FOXES: The flying foxes have made a home at Oakey Creek.Photo Adam McCleery/ Central and North Burnett Times
FLYING FOXES: The flying foxes have made a home at Oakey Creek.Photo Adam McCleery/ Central and North Burnett Times Adam McCleery

New flying flox management plan

NORTH Burnett Regional Council has announced a plan to disperse of all flying foxes in the regions towns within 24 hours of them arriving.

Acting Manager of Environmental Services Mike Moller told the council at a technical service meeting on October 2 dispersal activities would continue until the flying foxes leave.

He said a formal policy is being drafted for the council.

Council were told the controversial Oakey Creek Flying Fox Roost in Gayndah is currently unoccupied.


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