Flying foxes come home to roost



Watching wildlife in their natural habitat is a beautiful thing ? that is unless you are a resident affected by the Coffs Creek flying fox camp.

Summer is well and truly here and with the warm weather comes the return of the flying fox camp.

While residents haven't received any good news yet, there is still a ray of hope on the horizon.

Noise testing has been carried out to identify the residents most in need of mitigation measures, such as double-glazing.

The outcome of the tests should be available in February. Until then, other residents of Coffs Harbour are being asked to not stare at those affected, who have taken to wearing pegs on their noses.



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