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Conservationists want Bluetts Block made a nature reserve

Summary by Ground News
Bluetts Block, in western Canberra, has been called one of the ACT's nature hotspots. Its woodlands and forest are home to endangered wildlife, dozens of species of birds, and rare plants. But some conservation groups fear it is threatened by development. This World Wildlife Day, the Conservation Council ACT Region, and the Friends of Bluetts Block have once again called on the ACT Government to make the area a nature reserve.

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