Queensborough river forests

Queensborough river forests

In the Queensborough river forests of far East Gippsland protected habitat for the Greater Glider is being logged.

Community surveys reported a popluation of Greater Gliders in a Victorian government logging coupe earlier this week triggering legal protection the area. 

The Victorian Labor government are continuing to log where protected Gliders were found. Locations where Greater Gliders have been reported have now been logged.

Enough is enough. The Victorian Labor government can no longer allow this unlawful destruction that's destorying protected habitat for threatened wildlife.

There are four political leaders who can stop this. Premier Daniel Andrew's, Environment ...

In the Queensborough river forests of far East Gippsland protected habitat for the Greater Glider is being logged.

Community surveys reported a popluation of Greater Gliders in a Victorian government logging coupe earlier this week triggering legal protection the area. 

The Victorian Labor government are continuing to log where protected Gliders were found. Locations where Greater Gliders have been reported have now been logged.

Enough is enough. The Victorian Labor government can no longer allow this unlawful destruction that's destorying protected habitat for threatened wildlife.

There are four political leaders who can stop this. Premier Daniel Andrew's, Environment Minister Lily D'Ambrosio and the Minister's responsible for VicForests, agriculture Minister Jaala Pulford and Treasurer Tim Pallas.

They all need to get the message loud and clear. Stop illegally loggig protected threatened wildlife. Stop logging in the Quuensborough river Greater Glider forests.

 

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