The wombats of
Glenbog have been the subject of
international media attention,
thanks to the hard work of
wildlife carers and
neighbours. However, the same fate, the prospect of being
buried alive, entombed in their burrows where they face a slow,
inevitable death awaits wombats all over south east NSW in logging
There is no law to protect them from logging. Over 90% of the wood
from Glenbog Forest goes to the Allied Natural Wood Exports/ South East Fibre Exports (SEFE)
woodchip mill at Eden. The logging crew is contracted to SEFE.
the wombats did not die in vain. Ask the NSW Government make it
illegal to inflict cruelty, injury or death on these animals and
ensure that offences are prosecuted and punished.
Sign the on-line petition
Forestry Corporation Investigation into the burying of wombats in
Glenbog State Forest.