ELA joins the 2017 National Flying-fox Forum
Monday, 23 October, 2017
Eco Logical Australia is delighted to announce a sponsorship partnership with the 2017 National Flying-fox Forum. The National Flying-fox Forum, held in association with the Local Government Flying-fox Forum, invites government agencies, land managers, community and conservation groups, primary producers, educators and researchers to explore the issues of flying-fox management and conservation.
Now in its second year running, the forum will endeavor to implement the principles of the National Flying-fox Strategic Vision developed at the inaugural 2016 forum. The program will involve workshops, formal presentations and networking opportunities.
Eco Logical Australia offers a team of flying-fox experts with extensive experience. We work closely with our clients and their communities to address the challenges that are associated with flying-foxes in urban environments. We are looking forward to the opportunity to share our knowledge with the forum.
Our Flying-fox services include:
- Camp management plans for single camps or multiple camps
- Commonwealth Referrals for management actions in Grey-headed Flying-fox and Spectacled Flying-fox camps
- Experienced ecologists with Lyssavirus vaccinations and wildlife handling accreditation in jurisdictions across Australia
- Vegetation management plans and implementation by experienced and accredited bush regenerators and restoration ecologists
- Impact assessment and approval applications for development or activities in or near camps
- Health and pregnancy assessments, including reproductive success surveys
- Community education, engagement and consultation
- OEH endorsed Grey-headed Flying-fox experts
- Dispersal planning and implementation
- Offset planning and implementation
- Population assessments through static and fly-out counts
- Preclearance survey plans and implementation
- Species habitat modelling
- Forage tree planting guidelines
- Level 5 arborist advice for tree pruning and removal
- Compliance monitoring and reporting
Image Credit - Steve Dimitriadis