NSW Government publishes draft code of practice for managing flying fox colonies

By Matt Carr and Krystal Sellars
Updated May 22 2018 - 10:40am, first published 10:35am
Bats at East Cessnock in September 2017.
Bats at East Cessnock in September 2017.

NEW laws could let work in Hunter flying fox colonies, including noise attenuation fences and relocation efforts, go ahead within five days of giving notice to environmental regulators.

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