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The Wonder of the Western Port Woodlands!

In one of the most cleared regions of the most cleared state is an oasis of native vegetation. The Western Port Woodlands is the largest remnant of intact coastal woodlands in the region. The Woodlands comprise five small reserves and patches of private land. It stretches from Lang Lang to Grantville on the eastern shore of Western Port Bay.

The VNPA’s Wildlife corridor or sand pit? report found these connected patches of bush are both rare and critical. They’re home to many threatened wildlife and habitats – Southern Brown Bandicoots, fungi and Australia’s largest owl, the Powerful Owl.

But right now, it’s under threat from sand mining. Read more HERE

Source: VNPA