@sarahrees | 3,341 followers
Mammals most at risk by #AustralianBushfireDisaster - many of which are also hanging on in forests now scheduled for logging. Both NSW and Victoria must rethink their landscape scale conservation efforts or the issue will undoubtedly escalate.

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Thx for sharing Sara, will do the same
 
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We probably also need some focus on Queensland if recent announcements are anything to go by Koala habitat to be destroyed for both mining and home building with the express imprimatur of the government It's simply devastating
 
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Thanks for posting this, Sarah. We鈥檙e seeing a lot of tragic pictures of our beautiful koalas, but let鈥檚 not forget all the other native wildlife similarly affected.
 
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Why include eastern grey roos on that list? Profligate breeders, more than capable of moving through a wide dispersal areas and still in high numbers despite drought and fire...
 
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Is that about all of them?
 
Surely all logging must now be stopped if #Australia is to save its animals. #australiangovernment #AustralianWildFires
 
Most of these species are in fact not mammals. They are marsupials.
 

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