The Greater Glider is Australia’s largest gliding marsupial. Once common, Greater Gliders have declined by 80% in the last two decades.
Logging operations have wiped out large areas of its habitat and it's the latest Victorian animal to become a threatened species.
Government scientists advised Environment Minister Lily D'Ambrosio to issue a conservation order to protect the Greater Glider. Unfortunately, Victoria’s Environment Department has urged the Environment Minister not to follow this advice.
Greater Gliders continue to be killed and their habitat destroyed by logging.
The latest areas up for destruction are “Glenview” coupe (298 516 0001) in the upper headwaters of the Kalatha Creek in and "Guitar Solo" coupe (307-505-0011), both in Toolangi state forest.
Please, let the Minister know you expect the Greater Gliders in these coupes to be immediately protected from logging.
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