Opinion

LETTERS: Is music the answer to ongoing bat problem?

'Camira residents going batty' 14/01

Many Camira residents would like to see a large colony of Flying Foxes culled or moved on.

Those of us who have never had to live with bats can only imagine how distressing the noise and smell must be.

I read about loud music being used to drive bats away.

Presumably it wouldn't be sweet pleasant music, so it would batter residents eardrums also?

Will there ever be an answer to this problem?

JUDI COX, Springfield

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