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Save Swift

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parrots

End native forest logging

Take Action

Threats to the
Swift Parrot

Reports

We have released a series of reports outlining how Forestry Tasmania are still carrying out logging in breeding habitat of the critically endangered Swift Parrot.

Logging Swift Parrots to extinction
The 2023/24 Crisis Report
Released January 2024
Swift parrot crisis report
Snow Hill SH045A logging coupe
Released April 2023
Swift parrots still in crisis
The ongoing conservation paralysis
Released October 2022

Map

Recently logged & imminently threatened Swift parrot habitat.
(Click on the buttons to view each map)

What should be done

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Take action

Help achieve permanent protection across all Swift parrot habitat.

Add your voice

Prime Minister Albanese & Tasmanian Premier Rockliff need to declare secure, permanent protection across all Swift parrot habitat in Tasmania; in the southern forests, on Bruny Island and the east coast.

If logging does not stop in Swift parrot breeding and foraging habitat today, the species will go extinct. The critically endangered Swift parrot will not survive further destruction of these forests.

The critically endangered Swift parrot will not survive further destruction of their forest habitat unless secure protection in conservation reserves occurs.

Hidden

Our satellite surveillance of logging in Tasmania has revealed that since June 2019, 2,250 hectares of Swift parrot core habitat on public land in Tasmania has been logged.

Tasmania’s government has 13,027 hectares of Swift parrot habitat on 2023-2025 logging schedule.