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Did you know native forests are still being logged in Victoria - mostly for wood chips which end up as cheap paper and card board products?


We're fighting to stop the destruction.


The Victorian state government recently announced they're bringing forward the transition out of logging to January 1 2024, but our work is more important than ever.

We need your support to continue our vital work to protect forests.

Our citizen science project helps protect wildlife and threatened species in forests schedules for logging.


We work closely with citizen science groups like Kinglake Friends of the Forest, Gippsland Environment Group, and Wildlife of the Central Highlands (WOTCH) to conduct wildlife surveys in forests scheduled for logging.

Read more about the program here.

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Sign up to one of Wildlife Victoria's upcoming basic rescue and transport training! VFA member, Ballarat Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation Inc, are specifically putting the callout for folks in the Ballarat region,...

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MEDIA RELEASE: Alarming discovery by citizen scientists sparks concerns illegal logging will continue

June 28, 2023

Citizen scientists from Wildlife of the Central Highlands (WOTCH) and the Victorian Forest Alliance (VFA) have discovered state-owned logging company VicForests has continued to illegally destroy numerous endangered Tree Geebungs while doing ‘regeneration’ works. The area is within the Immediate Protection Areas announced by...

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