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We MUST ACT NOW to prevent the King Island Scrubtit and Thornbill from going extinct...

Following on from the exciting discovery in March of more KI Thornbills and KI Scrubtits than we thought were in existence, an interdisciplinary workshop was held on King Island in early June to address their extremely critical status. A public meeting attended by 30 people was held on the 12th June in the Ocean Dunes Hotel, providing an opportunity for interested members of the KI community to learn what we know so far, give feedback and present their ideas and concerns. The threat to and loss of any species is of national significance and covered by the Federal EPBC Act (Environment Protection and Biodiversity Act). Representatives at the workshop came from all tiers of government – feder

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