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Spring has Sprung and the Babies are out of the Pouches

Spring has Sprung and the Babies are out of the Pouches.

Save Bulga Forest citizen scientists have captured some rare footage of a baby Greater Glider poking out of its mother’s pouch, its tail especially visible.

National Threatened Species Day Rally and March

National Threatened Species Day Rally and March
We will celebrate their existence and mourn their slide towards extinction.

Gliders Galore in Bulga and Dingo State Forests

Gliders Galore in Bulga and Dingo State Forests

The resumption of logging in Bulga State Forest north of Taree appears to be imminent with the Forestry Corporation again closing the forest to the public. Logging was halted there in early 2023 due to sustained pressure from Save Bulga Forest.

Forestry Corporation has an aversion to transparency. They don’t consult on their logging plans and they certainly don’t want people seeing the damage being done to the heads of the catchments of the Hastings and Manning Rivers.

The logging will cause major damage and likely lead to the deaths of Koalas and Greater Gliders, both endangered and both known to be living in the area.

Camp for Koalas

Camp for Koalas
The Save Bulga Forest action group will set up a camp today to conduct more searches for Koalas, Yellow-bellied and Greater Gliders, Glossy Black Cockatoos and other threatened species.

Bulga Logging Resumption Set to Ignite Conflict

Bulga Logging Resumption Set to Ignite Conflict

The resumption of logging in Bulga State Forest north of Taree appears to be imminent with the Forestry Corporation again closing the forest to the public. Logging was halted there in early 2023 due to sustained pressure from Save Bulga Forest.

Forestry Corporation has an aversion to transparency. They don’t consult on their logging plans and they certainly don’t want people seeing the damage being done to the heads of the catchments of the Hastings and Manning Rivers.

The logging will cause major damage and likely lead to the deaths of Koalas and Greater Gliders, both endangered and both known to be living in the area.

Bulga forest Diary Thursday 25th May 2023

Thursday the Bleeding heart tree Leaf beginning to turn to it’s trademark red.

Victoria’s exit from native forest logging is welcome & long overdue

By the end of the year, Victoria’s trouble-plagued native forest industry will end – six years ahead of schedule. The state’s iconic mountain ash forests and endangered wildlife will at last be safe from chainsaws. And there will be no shortage of wood – there’s more than enough plantation timber to fill the gap.

Bulga forest Diary Wednesday 24th May

Bulga forest Diary wednesday 24th May 2023 Sunrise at 6.40am Sunset at 5pm. Days colder max 20 and minimum 2degrees last night in the Bulga Forest,

Bulga forest Diary Wednesday

The Allocasurina torulosa (Forest Oak) is flowering at the moment. The first photo is the female flower. The second is the spores on the nearby male tree. The last is a cone on the female tree from last season.

Bulga forest Diary Sunday

Another beautiful Autumn day in the Bulga, going down to 8 and is now up to 21.
Lots of new growth around, with this Doodia aspera (Rasp fern) always a lovely spot of colour on the forest floor.

Bulga forest Diary Friday 12th 2023

Diary friday 12 May 2023

Bulga forest Diary Tuesday 9th May 2023

The kaleidoscope of colours in the new growth of a sapling eucalypt are bright points in this grey green forest.

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Gliders Galore in Bulga and Dingo State Forests

Gliders Galore in Bulga and Dingo State Forests

Gliders Galore in Bulga and Dingo State Forests

The resumption of logging in Bulga State Forest north of Taree appears to be imminent with the Forestry Corporation again closing the forest to the public. Logging was halted there in early 2023 due to sustained pressure from Save Bulga Forest.

Forestry Corporation has an aversion to transparency. They don’t consult on their logging plans and they certainly don’t want people seeing the damage being done to the heads of the catchments of the Hastings and Manning Rivers.

The logging will cause major damage and likely lead to the deaths of Koalas and Greater Gliders, both endangered and both known to be living in the area.

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