Environmental protection laws have failed at Toondah Harbour, says BirdLife Australia

By Hannah Baker
Updated April 25 2019 - 12:59pm, first published April 23 2019 - 4:20pm
NO GOOD: BirdLife say the environmental protection laws have failed the eastern curlew, which is critically endangered. The bird forages for food at Toondah Harbour mudflats.
NO GOOD: BirdLife say the environmental protection laws have failed the eastern curlew, which is critically endangered. The bird forages for food at Toondah Harbour mudflats.

A CONSERVATION group that has opposed plans to redevelop Toondah Harbour is using the release of a senate report to push for stronger environmental protection laws.

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