Glider experts left out, fearful of logging changes

By Tracey Ferrier
Updated February 5 2024 - 5:56pm, first published 5:53pm
Critics say logging rule changes will fast-track the endangered greater glider's extinction. (HANDOUT/KNITTING NANNAS SOUTH COAST LOOP, FRIENDS OF THE FOREST MOGO, SOUTH-EAST FOREST RESCUE, AND BROOMAN STATE FOREST CONSERVATION GROUP)
Critics say logging rule changes will fast-track the endangered greater glider's extinction. (HANDOUT/KNITTING NANNAS SOUTH COAST LOOP, FRIENDS OF THE FOREST MOGO, SOUTH-EAST FOREST RESCUE, AND BROOMAN STATE FOREST CONSERVATION GROUP)

Scientists say Australia's endangered greater glider is at a heightened risk of extinction after logging rules were changed without their input.

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