Ground Parrots in Western Vic.

Subject: Ground Parrots in Western Vic.
Date: Fri, 05 Jan 2001 00:52:04 +1200
stuart dashper <> wrote:
....  the heath at Carlisle seems to my untrained eye to be of a fairly
> uniform age and probably in the region of ten or more years old. Is there a
> management plan for this park that takes into account the Ground Parrot's
> habitat requirements and are there any plans to reintroduce the species,
> assuming it has disappeared.

Can anyone tell us what Carlisle State Park's future is in terms of the 
Regional Forest Agreement?  A number of state forests - including those in the 
Otways -  have been earmarked for various types of forestry, including 
clear-felling in some areas.  Are State Parks susceptible to this type of 
activity in Victoria?  And does the absence of key species in recent years make 
forest areas more vulnerable under the RFAs?

Russell Woodford

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