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Flying foxes and Botanic Gardens
A case of not in my backyard?

The problem of the flying foxes that inhabit Sydney’s Botanic Gardens where some of the tallest and oldest trees are affected by the flying foxes that camp there.
A moving tale

Nancy Pallin, from the Ku-ring-gai Bat Conservation Society, revisits the bat colony in Sydney’s Royal Botanic Gardens, now that its relocation has been approved.
A brief reprieve for the Sydney Botanic Gardens' colony

An unexpected but welcome 12 month postponement gives time to reflect on the wisdom of the planned dispersal.
 

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