ENVIRONMENT

Call for Mulga marsupial mouse plan review

THE Conservation Council of Western Australia and the Australian Conservation Foundation have asked the WA Environmental Protection Agency to urgently review land clearing at Vimy Resources’ Mulga Rock uranium project in WA’s Great Victoria Desert, amid concerns over the endangered sandhill dunnart.

 The endangered Sandhill Dunnart

The endangered Sandhill Dunnart

Commonly known as the marsupial mouse, the sandhill dunnart lives in hummock grasslands in arid areas of WA, South Australia and the Northern Territory. ACF lead environmental investigator Annica Schoo...

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