Environment Park Subotopic Layout
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The national park protects threatened species including:
- the Powerful Owl
- Spot-tailed Quoll
- Long-nosed Potoroo
- Common Bent-wing Bat (southern sub-species)
- Masked Owl
- Swamp Antechinus
- Swamp Skink.
Yellow-bellied gliders and kingfishers can be seen, and there is evidence of smaller mammals such as potoroos and bandicoots.
24 May 2013
Two men have been questioned about serious offences in relation to the destruction of habitat in Barmah National Park last weekend. Operation Detroit was the first stage of an ongoing joint compliance operation between Parks Victoria, Department of Environment and Primary Industries (DEPI) and Victoria Police, aimed at detecting illegal …