Former Ipswich MP Sean Choat
Former Ipswich MP Sean Choat Claudia Baxter

LETTERS: Is Choat now a bat expert?

REGARDING Sean Choat's letter on January 30.

I'm surprised that Mr Choat has expertise in flying fox population ecology.

It's quite a skill to make an assessment that a migratory species is in excessive numbers.

Even so, he rejects one of the obvious ways of reducing the nuisance posed to some people by having flying foxes close by.

Mr Choat recommends humane methods of population control, and moving colonies away from settled areas.

I notice he doesn't explain how this is to be achieved.

What next, Sean?

Will you make an impassioned plea on behalf of electors that authorities prevent damage to homes by stopping strong winds and moving summer thunderstorms away from settled areas?

VICKI PARSLOW, Stafford

 

OPINION: Letters to the Editor

  • Write to The Queensland Times, PO Box 260, Ipswich, Qld 4305 or email letters@qt.com.au Please include your name, address abd a daytime telephone number for verification.
  • You can SMS your views on 0428 634 025. You must start your text QT and include your name and suburb.


Penalty shootout thriller after club’s turbulent time

premium_icon Penalty shootout thriller after club’s turbulent time

Western Spirit’s turbulent week ended with a gutsy penalty win.

Meet One Nation’s candidate for Bundamba by-election

premium_icon Meet One Nation’s candidate for Bundamba by-election

The candidate described her tilt as a chance to send the major parties a clear...

Mum on pension caught with $2000 in ice

premium_icon Mum on pension caught with $2000 in ice

Magistrate horrified over woman’s costly drug bust