Microbats

Microbats are nocturnal. They are warm-blooded, placental mammals. They live in tree-hollows, under loose/exfoliating bark, in old sheds, in caves, and also co-exist with humans in their homes, for example, in roof spaces and wall linings. Microbats are our natural...

Grey-Headed Flying Foxes

Grey-Headed Flying Foxes have undergone a substantial population decline over their traditional range along the eastern coast of Australia in the past 15 years, decreasing by about one-third. They are considered threatened nationally and are a protected species in...