4. Paramotoring (parachute + propeller + motor) launching and landing (very loud) on sports field and flying over and in close proximity to primary koala habitat and osprey nest. (See https://youtu.be/HBkICeH9i3A )
5. Sporting attendees with very loud motor vehicles and motor bikes driving through the middle of a koala breeding area.
6. Noisy petrol-powered aeroplanes flying over and close to koala habitat and osprey nest. (See https://youtu.be/YabwKRacZ88 )
7. Regular sports field maintenance, mowing, slashing and whipper snipping adjacent to primary koala habitat where koalas have been sighted, including in branches overhanging the sports field. (See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TNKlzbWkmPY&feature=youtu.be )https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TNKlzbWkmPY&feature=youtu.be
For more on human-induced stresses (shooting, spud canons, fire lighting, teen parties) click here.
All these stress-inducing noises need to be stopped and since council has no will to enforce their own laws, the only solution is to revegetate the sports field and enclave the area so humans cannot enter. Otherwise there is no hope for our coastal koalas.
What are you going to do about it? It’s up to us because no authorities are taking responsibility for the ongoing assaults on our koalas who are on the brink of extinction. Sitting back and waiting for someone else to fix the problem is not working. Write to all the councillors and let them know your concerns.
Cr Barry Longland BLongland@tweed.nsw.gov.au
Cr Warren Polglase email@example.com
Cr Phil Youngblutt firstname.lastname@example.org
Cr Carolyn Byrne email@example.com
Cr Gary Bagnall firstname.lastname@example.org
Cr Katie Milne email@example.com
For other threats to koalas at Black Rocks sports field area click here .