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The CORELLAS continue to wreak havoc on the putting greens at Bendigo Golf Club, but there are no new plans to get more out of it. Golfers continue to try non-lethal methods to protect their greens after an uproar three weeks ago when birds were killed on the club’s Ascot course. He’s battled corellas damage to the greens for years and got license approvals for a shooting program, said golf operations manager Liam Carney. “If they hadn’t damaged our greens everything would have been OK,” he said. “But these surfaces are essential for the future of our business.” More news: Daily COVID-19 numbers are well above 1,000. A small number of corellas have been killed and the rest have flown temporarily, Mr Carney said. The club have revived some of the control methods they used before, including installing stakes with bells near the greens. They do, however, have significant drawbacks, Mr Carney said. They often fail to ring at dawn and dusk because the wind is not blowing and the corellas are not scared. The club are studying laser technology, but Mr Carney said its effectiveness has yet to be proven. For now, at least, corellas aren’t doing as much damage as they have at times in the past, he said. Advocates like Zerin Knight, a resident of Bendigo, have expressed concern following the filming schedule “I am appalled and disgusted by this. There is no need to kill these magnificent corellas at all,” he said. she declared. More News: Hope in Dark Times – How Bendigo Advertiser Photographer Noni Hyett Viewed 2021 Animal Justice Party representatives offered to meet with club officials to discuss other animal management options, but have not yet set a date. Spokeswoman Georgie Purcell said plans to slaughter animals came up on golf courses and other recreational facilities “all the time” despite precedents showing other options could be used. “Fortunately, we’ve been relatively successful having conversations about native wildlife,” Purcell said three weeks ago. Mr Carney said club officials were always open to meeting with them. “It hasn’t happened yet because of this holiday season and people busy with Christmas and the holidays, but we’re certainly happy to meet someone and explore some avenues of advice,” said he declared. Our journalists work hard to provide local and up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can access our trusted content:

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