Saving Flying Foxes

Weed control and revegetation are the keys

Spectacled Flying Fox tucking into lunch at the Tolga Bat Hospital. © Bronwen Scott.

While south-east Queensland and northern New South Wales suffer from unprecedented floods, in Far North Queensland, high temperatures are breaking records. It is hot and humid, even up here on the Atherton Tablelands. In an area where houses were once constructed with fireplaces and pot-bellied stoves, new buildings are now fitted with banks of…

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Zoologist, writer, artist, museum fan, enjoying life in the tropical rainforest of Far North Queensland. She/her. Website: bronwenscott.com

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Bronwen Scott

Bronwen Scott

Zoologist, writer, artist, museum fan, enjoying life in the tropical rainforest of Far North Queensland. She/her. Website: bronwenscott.com

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