Parks Victoria says a&nbsp;program to control foxes is about to begin at Tower Hill in the wake of&nbsp;the deaths of dozens of turtles&nbsp;last week said to be caused by the animals. “Foxes are an introduced threat to wildlife across the state, on both private and public land,” Parks Victoria area chief ranger Michael Smith said. “Parks Victoria undertakes fox control measures in an annual program to protect wildlife at Tower Hill and the nearby Belfast Coastal Reserve. “The predation of the young turtles in this incident is distressing. “Parks Victoria would like to reassure visitors that the overall population of turtles at Tower Hill Game Reserve is numerous and healthy and there are many turtles breeding at the moment.” The authority thanked wildlife carers for responding quickly to euthanise&nbsp;suffering turtles, and asked people to report any similar incidents on 13&nbsp;16 93 or to rangers.