Loss of more critically endangered woodland communities in the Hunter

Updated August 6 2018 - 1:29pm, first published 12:50pm

Almost all of the bush in the lowlands of the Hunter Valley is one of four Nationally Critically Endangered woodland communities. They are critically endangered because so much of the original extent has been cleared already and so little of what remains is threatened by further clearing by coal mines.

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