Flying-foxes in the Clarence Valley

Clarence Valley Council are working to protect flying-foxes and their habitat and prevent negative interactions with flying-foxes in core habitats. To do this, we are developing a flying-fox management plan and communications strategy for the Clarence Valley, as well as working on habitat regeneration and revegetation in flying-fox habitats to increase buffers.

Clarence Valley Council are working to protect flying-foxes and their habitat and prevent negative interactions with flying-foxes in core habitats. To do this, we are developing a flying-fox management plan and communications strategy for the Clarence Valley, as well as working on habitat regeneration and revegetation in flying-fox habitats to increase buffers.

Thanks for taking the time to explore the Flying-foxes in the Clarence Valley page. There are many ways that you can participate in the program and we want to hear from you.

Have you observed a change to a flying-fox camp? Do you have any knowledge about camp shifts and history of presence in the Clarence Valley? Have you had an experience with flying-foxes that you would like to share with us? Do you have any memories of flying-foxes from your childhood or other historical stories? Tell us your story. You're welcome to submit a story about anything else that you think might be relevant.

Thanks for submitting your flying-fox story to the Flying-foxes in the Clarence page on the Clarence Valley Council's Clarence Conversations. We appreciate your input.

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