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Please help us replace unsafe netting


Netting

As we live in a sub tropical climate we have massive problems with gardeners using cheap killer netting to protect their fruit trees from predation from bats, birds and possums and thousands of animals are tortured and killed each year in large aperture netting.

There is an animal safe netting available, which BCRQ likes to provide free of charge when we attend a netting rescue, helping eliminate these tragic events one by one.

The safe netting is cut into 6 x 6 metre pieces before distribution to rescuers who take away the unsafe netting in exchange for this safe netting.

Sincere thanks to all who have contributed, as you are actively saving flying-foxes, snakes, birds and possums from a torturous death. We are so appreciative of your support

BCRQ is in need of the safe netting all year round. If anyone would like to donate to this project, we are able to accept donations through Paypal - see link below - please mark the donation as 'Netting Fund'.

http://bats.org.au/get-involved/donate.php

A useful resource for people who want to know more about wildlife friendly fencing (an the dangers of poor fencing /netting) is www.wildlifefriendlyfencing.com


Any flying-fox by itself through the day is in trouble.
Don't touch but please call 0488 228 134 for Brisbane and surrounding districts.

Bats.......protect them or lose them

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rbcezd-HaYY&feature=youtu.be


Past News


April 17, 2016 Please help us replace unsafe netting Read more >
October 3, 2015 It's baby season!!!! Read more >
October 26, 2014 Our 2015 Batty Calendar is ALMOST SOLD OUT!!! Read more >
January 20, 2014 Growing Crisis for Flying-Foxes Read more >
January 12, 2014 Extreme heat event devastates Qld native Flying-fox colonies. Read more >
December 24, 2013 Merry Christmas Read more >
December 13, 2013 Batty Calendar 2014 Read more >
November 25, 2013 Charters Towers Flying-Foxe Colony Dispersal Read more >
 
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