151208 8 years of logging in GlenbogAerial shots of Glenbog State Forest tracked through GoogleMaps show the extent of the devastation from NSW Forestry Corporation’s native forest logging.

Glenbog provides important habitat for many animals, including a large number of bare nosed wombats. In 2014 it was shown that logging in the area had bulldozed wombat burrows, effectively burying up to 150 wombats alive.

These satellite images show the extent of the damage to this forest and prove once and for all that we need to end native forest logging.

Sign, print and share our petition calling for this unsustainable practice to end so we can protect our forests for the future. 

Thanks to the NPA and their logging.sucks website for these images. You can find more details there too.