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Sanctuary Preview: Jarowair
Owners: Brendon and Judi Gray
Size: 7.5 hectares
Location: Darling Downs, Queensland
Previously used for cattle grazing, Jarowair has been regenerated over the past decade and provides habitat for species including koalas, rufous bettongs, bandy bandy snakes, and scarlet-sided pobblebonks.
Species Profile: Grey-headed and Spectacled Flying-foxes
Grey-headed and Spectacled Flying-foxes
Flying-foxes' high mobility makes them important pollinators, vital to the reproduction, regeneration and evolution of forest ecosystems. They are critical for coastal species only receptive to pollination at night. Flying-fox camps can be viewed negatively by the public due to exaggerated health concerns, however ineffective management options such as dispersals are inappropriate due to significant stress caused.