WILDLIFE OFFENCE – MYRTLE CREEK – MONDAY, 27 JULY & TUESDAY, 08 SEPTEMBER 2020

Reference: CSV4038

Date: 27/07/2020

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Date: 27/07/2020
Location: Myrtle Creek
The Conservation Regulator is urging the public to come forward with information about the suspicious deaths of two eagles in the Myrtle Creek area, near Bendigo.

A dead Wedge-tailed eagle was found along Bartys Road next to Myrtle Creek on 27 July 2020, and a dead Little Eagle was found nearby on 8 September 2020.

In Victoria, native wildlife is protected under the Wildlife Act 1975. Killing or harming wildlife is a serious offence.

1The Conservation Regulator is appealing for anyone with information to make a report to Crime Stoppers – even the smallest piece of information could be crucial.

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